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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 



Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 






CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. ft, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



VOL. 19. 

Second quarter, 1 899. 



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government printing office 

1899. 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 
Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF cbNGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 19, no. 1. 
Whole no. 40,1— April 6, 1899, 



CONTENTS 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 5 

(2) Miscellaneous . 10 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 

cles 14 

II. Dramatic Compositions 22 

III. Periodicals 23 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions op Music 28 

V. Maps and Charts 48 



Page. 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 53 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 55 

VIII. Photographs 55 

IX. Tine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or design s intended to 
he perfected as works of the fine arts) 59 
X. Index op Copyright Proprietors... 60 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1899. 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

COPYRIGHT DEPARTMENT. 



The Catalogue of Title Entries is published weekly, and makes four volumes 
each year of about one thousand pages each. The distribution of the Catalogue 
is in charge of the Treasury Department. The subscription price is $5 per year. 
Subscriptions should be made through the nearest collector of customs. 

4 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS -(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 

[Addison, Joseph] 

The Sir Roger de Coverley papers, 
from the Spectator; edited with in- 
troduction and notes, by Mary E. 
Litchfield. Boston, Ginn & co., 
1899. xxxvii, 178 pp. port. 12°. 
(Standard English classics) 1 

Copyright by Mary E. Litchfield, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15081, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

American art annual, 1898. Florence N. 

Levy, editor, [v. 1] New York and 

London, The Macmillan co., 1898. illus. 

8 C . 2 

With directory of artists. 

Copyright by Florence Nightingale 
Levy, New York. 1898, no. 41685, July 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

American water color society. 

Illustrated catalogue of the 32d an- 
nual exhibition of the American water 
color society, held at the galleries of 
the National academy of design . . . 
New York, 1899. [New York, The 
Knickerbocker press, 1899] 34 pp. pi. 
4°. 3 

Copyright by American water- color 
society, New York. 1899, no. 15797, 
Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Art treasures from paintings of famous 
artists [anon.] Sections 45-48. 
Philadelphia, Carson & Simpson, 1899. 
4 nos. illus. pi. fol. 4-7 

Copyright bv Carson & Simpson, 
Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 14641-14644, 
Feb. 23; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 28, 
1899. 
Ayer, N. W. & son. 

N. W. Ayer & son's American news- 
paper annual containing a catalogue 
of American newspapers . . . [1899] 
Philadelphia, N. W. Ayer & son, 1899. 
8 C . 8 

Copyright by N. W. Ayer & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 14576, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Barrows, John Henry. 

The Christian conquest of Asia; 
studies and personal observations of 
Oriential religions . . . New York, 
C. Scribner's sons; 1899. xvii, 258 pp. 
12°. (Morse lectures, 1898) 9 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 15120, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Bowers' Manchester directory, 1898-99. . . 
Compiled by C. M. Murphey. Man- 
chester, Conn., A. E. Bowers,' 1898. 8°. 

10 
Copyright by Arthur E. Bowers, 
Manchester, Conn. 1899, no. 15331, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Carbondale city directory, for 1899 . . . 
Scranton, Pa., Taylor's directory co., 
1899. 8°. 11 

Copyright by J. James Taylor, Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1899, no. 15791, Feb. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Cross, A[lbert] E. comp. 

Cross' telegraphic cipher code for the 
provision and grain trade. Chicago, 
A. E. Cross [1898] 3 p. 1., 145 pp. 16°. 

12 
Copyright by A. E. Cross, Chicago. 

1898, no. 35087, June 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 24, 1898. 

Davis, S. J. S. 

The origin of the Book of Mormon, 

together with an account of the rise 

and progress of the Mormon church. 

Louisville, Ky., Pentecostal pub. co., 

1899. 130 pp. 16°. 13 
Copyright by Pentecostal pub. co., 

Louisville, Ky. 1899, no. 15119, Feb. 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Dunbar, Paul Laurence. 

Lyrics of the hearthside. New 
York, Dodd, Mead & co., 1899. x, 227 
pp. port. 16°. 14 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15124, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Edinger, Ludwig. 

The anatomy of the central nervous 
system of man and of vertebrates in 
general. Translated from the 5th Ger- 
man edition by W. S. Hall, assisted by 
P. L. Holland and E. P. Carlton . . . 
Philadelphia, New York [etc.] The 
F. A. Davis co., 1899. xi, 446 pp. illus. 
8°. 15 

Copyright by The F. A. Davis co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 8073, Feb. 25 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
The encyclopaedia of pleading and prac- 
tice under the codes and practice 
acts, at common law, in equity, and 
in criminal cases. Compiled under the 
editorial supervision of W. M. Mc- 
Kinney. v. 14. Northport, N. Y., E. 
Thompson co., 1899. 8°. 16 

Copyright by E. Thompson co., 
Northport, Long Island, N. Y. 1899, no. 
15325, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 
Evans, George W. 

Algebra for schools. New York, 
H. Holt & co., 1899. iv pp., 1 1., 433 pp. 
12°. 17 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15122, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Frisbie, Frank Dunlap. 

Sir Tommy; a chronicle of six events 
in his life. Newton, The Circuit 
press, 1899. 236 pp., 1 1. 12°. 18 

Copyright by Frank Dunlap Frisbie, 
Newton, Mass. 1899, no. 14639, Feb. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Fuller, George R. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Artificial limbs. [Rochester, N. Y., 
G.R. Fuller co., 1897] 78 pp. 11. illus. 
12°. 19 

Copyright by George R. Fuller co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 1897, no. 42217, July 
23; 1 copy rec'd Sept. 3, 1898; 1 copy 
rec'd Oct. 4, 1898. 
Fuller, William H. 

Claude Monet and his paintings. 
[And pictures by Claude Monet ex- 
hibited at the Lotus club, January, 
1899] New York, 1899. 37, [10] pp. 
port. 8°. 20 

Copyright by William H. Fuller, New 
York. 1899, no. 14870, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 26, 1899. 
General digest, American and English; 
quarterly advance sheets. No. 10, Jan- 
uary, 1899. Rochester, N. Y., The 
Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., 1899. 8°. 

21 

Copyright by the Lawyers' coopera- 
tive pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 
14635, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 
1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

The Grand Rapids society blue book . . . 
1899-1900. [v. 1] Grand Rapids & 
Buffalo, Dau pub. co., 1899. 16°. 22 
Copyright by Dau pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. ' 1899, no. 14890, Feb. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Hey wood, Thomas, and Rowley, William. 
Fortune by land and sea, a tragi- 
comedy; acting version arranged for 
the annual theatricals of the Harvard 
chapter of Delta Upsilon for 1899, by 
J. E, Walker . . . also a reprint of the 
full text of the play. Boston, W. B. 
Clarke co., 1899. 122 pp. 8°. ' 23 
Copyright by Janet Edmondson 
Walker, Boston. 1899, no. 15445, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Hill, J. L. printing co. 

J. L. Hill printing co.'s directory of 
Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Berkley, Va. 
1899 . . . Richmond, Va,, J. L. Hill 
printing co., 1899. 4°. 24 

Copyright by J. L. Hill printing co., 
Richmond, Va. 1899, no. 15326, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Home study magazine, v. 3. February, 
1898-January, 1899. Scranton, Pa., 
The Colliery engineer co., 1899. illus. 
8°. 25 

Copyright by the Colliery engineer 
co., Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 15435, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Howard, Flora Parris. 

Idols dethroned, and dominion over 
the animal kingdom. 2d ed., revised. 
Los Angeles, Cal. [F. Blech & co., 
1897] 116 pp. port. 12°. 26 

Copyright by Flora Parris Howard, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 1897, no. 62742, Nov. 
8; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Huntley, Florence. 

Harmonics of evolution. The phi- 
losopy of individual life, based upon 
natural science as taught by modern 
masters of the law. [v. 1] Chicago, 
F. Huntley [1897] port. 12°. 27 

Copyright by Florence Huntley, U. S. 
1897, no. 14498, Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 23, 1899. 

The Jesuit relations and allied documents. 

Edited by R. G. Thwaites. v. 37, 38. 

Cleveland, The Burrows bros. co., 1899. 

2v. port. 8°. 28,29 

Contents. 

t. 37. Lower Canada, Abenakis: 1651-1652, 
contains, Preface ; Document lxxix. Relation 
de ce qui s'est passe en la Novvelle France, 
es annees 1650-1651. [Supplementary ma- 
terial, completing the document.] Jacques 
Buteux, journal [Three Rivers, 1651], and letter 
from Three Rivers, November 4, 1651; Noel 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A u thors — C ontinued. 

The Jesuit relations and allied docu- 
ments — Continued. 

Tekwerimat, [Sillery, 1651]; Martin Lyonne, 
La Rochelle, France, December 27, 1651. Docu- 
ment lxxx. Journal des PP. Jesuites. Paul 
Ragueneau; Quebec, February - December, 
1652. Document lxxxi. Eelation cle ce qui 
s'est passe av pays cle la Novvelle France, ae- 
puis l'Ete de l'annee 1651, jufques a l'Ete de 
l'annee 1652. [Chaps, i-vii., first installment 
of the document] Paul Ragueneau; Kebec, 
October 4, 1652. Biographical data : v. xxxvii. 
Notes. 

v. 38. Abenakis, Lower Canada, Hurons: 
1652-1653 contains : Preface; Document lxxxi. 
Eelation de ce qui s'est passe av pays de la 
Novvelle France, riepuis l'Ete de l'annee 1651, 
jufques a l'Ete de l'annee 1652. [Chaps, viii-x., 
concluding the document] Paul Ragueneau, 
Kebec. October 4, 1652 ; Marie de Vlncarna- 
tion, Kebec, 1652. Document lxxxii. Journal 
des PP. Jesuites. Paul Ragueneau, Hierosme 
Lalemant, and Francois le Mercier; Quebec, 
January -December, 1653. Document lxxxiii. 
Breve relatione d'alcunemissionide PP. della 
Compagnia di Giesii nella Nuoua Francia, 
[Part 1, Chaps, i.-iv., first installment of the 
document.] Francesco Giosei)pe Bressani; 
Macerata, Italy, July 19, 1653. Bibliographi- 
cal data : v. xxxviii. Notes. 

Copyright by The Burrows bros. co., 
Cleveland. 1899, nos. 15129, 15130, Feb. 
25 ; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Keim, De B[enneville] Randolph. 

Our Alaskan wonderland and Klon- 
dike neighbor ; a personal reminiscence 
and thirty years after. Washington, 
D. C, and Harrisburg, Pa. The Harris- 
burg pub. co. [1898] 352 pp. pi. port, 
map. 12°. (American destiny series) 

30 

Copyright by De B. Randolph Keim, 
Washington, D. C. 1897, no. 57861, Oct. 
12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 18, 1899. 

Kirkmann, Marshall M[onroe] 

. . . The science of railways . . . 
9th. rev. & enl. ed. New York & 
Chicago, The World railway pub. co., 
1899. 12v. illus. pi. port. 12°. 31-42 

Contents. 

v. 1. Railway equipment. 

v. 2. Railway organization. 

v. 3. Financing, constructing and maintain- 
ing 

v. 4. Train service. 

v. 5. Passenger, baggage, express and mail 
service. 

v. 6. Freight business and affairs. 

v. 7. Disbursements of railways. 

v. 8. Economic theory of rates. Private 
versus government control of railroads. 

v. 9. Fiscal affairs. Collection of revenue. 

v. 10. General fiscal and other affairs. 

v. 11. Origin and evolution of transporta- 
tion ; or, the genesis of railway carriage. 

v. 12. Engineers' and firemen's manual. 
General Index. 

Copright by The World railway pub. 
co., New York. 1899, nos. 14840-14851, 
Feb. 24: 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 24, 
1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Kleist, [Bernhard] Heinrich [Wilhelm] 
von. 

Prinz Friedrich von Homburg; ein 
schauspiel, edited, with an introduc- 
tion and notes, by J. S. Nollen. Bos- 
ton, Ginn & co., 1899. lxxii, 172 pp. 
12°. (International modern language 
series) 43 

Copyright by John Scholte Nollen, 
Grimiell, Iowa.' 1899, no. 14818, Feb. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Lagerlof, Selma. 

The miracles of Antichrist ; a novel, 
translated from the Swedish ... by 
Pauline B. Flach. Boston, Little, 
Brown & co., 1899. vi, 378 pp. 12°. 

44 
Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston . 1899, no. 15321, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

La Salle, Nicolas de. 

Relation of the discovery of the 
Mississipi [sic] river, written from the 
narrative of Nicolas de La Salle, other- 
wise known as the little M. de La Salle ; 
the translation done by M. B. Anderson. 
Chicago, The Caxton club, 1898. 4 p. 1., 
69 pp. 8°. 45 

This copy is one of an edition of 266 copies 
on handmade paper, the type of which has 
been distributed. The French text here re- 
printed is that of Pierre Margry. "Decou- 
vertes et etablissements de Francais dans 
l'ouest et dans le sud de l'Amerique septen- 
trionale (1614-1754) Premiere partie. p. 545- 
570. 

Copyright by The Caxton club, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15329, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Lessing, [Gotthold Ephraim] 

Lessing's Emilia Galotti, with foot- 
notes and vocabulary ; introduction by 
E. M. Granger. New York, Hinds & 
Noble, 1898. ix, [1], 3-132 pp. port. 
12°. (Hinds & Noble's German clas- 
sics) 46 
Copyright by Hinds & Noble, New 
York. " 1899, no. 15781, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm ; with 

footnotes and vocabulary. New 
York, Hinds & Noble, 1898. 142 pp. 
12°. (Hinds & Noble's German clas- 
sics) 47 
Copyright by Hinds & Noble, New 
York, 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Lessing's Nathan der weise ; with 

footnotes and vocabulary; introduc- 
tion by E. M. Granger. New York, 
Hinds & Noble, 1898. ix, 160 pp. port. 



BOOKS (PEOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Leasing, [Gotthold Ephraim]— Cont'd. 
12°. (Hinds & Noble's German clas- 
sics) 48 

Copyright by Hinds & Noble, New 
York. 1899, no. 15782, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 
Mackey, Albert G[allatin] 

The history of freemasonry . . . with 
the history of its introduction and 
progress in the United States ; the his- 
tory of the symbols of freemasonry 
and the history of the A. A. Scottish 
rite. By W. E. Singleton, v. 1, sec- 
tions 7-9. New York, The Masonic his- 
tory co. [1899J pi. port. 4°. 49-51 

Copyright by The Masonic history 
co., New York. 1899, nos. 9499-9501, 
Jan. 31; 2 copies each rec'd Jan. 31, 
1899. 
McKinney, William M. ed. 

The encyclopaedia of pleading and 
practice ... v. 14. 1899. 
Massachusetts year book and city and 
town register, June 1, 1897- June 1, 1898 
... no. 3. Compiled by A. S. Eoe. 
Worcester, F. S. Blanchard & co. [18971 
12°. 52 

Copyright by F. S. Blanchard & co., 
Worcester, Mass. 1897, no. 35981, Jan. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 13, 1899. 
Merck's 1899 manual of the materia med- 
ica, together with a summary of thera- 
peutic indications and a classification 
of medicaments . . . New York, 
Merck & co. [1899] 16°. 53 

Copyright by Merck & co. , New York. 
1899, no. 15790, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 

The new national cyclopaedia and treas- 
ury of knowledge. A handy book of 
ready reference for schools. The arti- 
cles relating to America edited by A. E. 
Spofford . . . the articles relating to 
Europe edited by C. Annandale . . . 
v. 1. Toledo, 0.,The Brown, Eager 
& Hull co., 1899. 8°. 54 



v.l. A-Bla. 



Contents. 



Copyright by The Gebbie pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15123, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
New York {State) Courts of record. 

Combined official series of New York 
state reports and session laws ... is- 
sued weekly. (No. 303, February 25, 
1899.) Albany, N. Y., Banks & co. 
[1899] 8°. 55 

Advance sheets. 36 app. division, p. 129- 
192 ; 26 miscellaneous, p. 1-96. 

Copyright by Banks & co., New York, 
and J. B. Lyon, Albany. 1899, no. 15180, 
Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Author 8 — C ontinued . 

New York (State) Legislature. 

See also New York ( State) Courts of 
record. Combined official series of the 
New York state reports and session 
laws . . . [1899] 

Norris, Frank. 

McTeague ; a story of San Francisco. 
New York, Doubleday & McClure co., 
1899. 3 p. 1., 442 pp. 8°. 56 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 15125, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Parsons, A[nson] V. reporter. 

Pennsylvania. Court of common pleas. 
Select cases in equity ... 2 v. 1899. 

Pennsylvania. Court of common pleas. 
Select cases in equity argued and de- 
termined in the Court of common pleas 
of the first judicial district . . . from 
1841-1850. Eeported by A. V. Parsons 
. . . With citations to opinions of the 
Supreme court, Superior court, and 
other courts of Pennsylvania, collected 
by C. A. Hawkins. * York, Pa., C.A. 
Hawkins, 1899. 2 v. 8°. 57,58 

Copyright by Charles A. Hawkins, 
York, Pa. 1899. nos. 14888,14889, Feb. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Mar 3, 1899. 

Pilcher, James E. 

First aid in illness and injury; com- 
prising in a series of chapters on the 
human machine, its structure, its im- 
plements of repair, and the accidents 
and emergencies to which it is liable. 
6th ed., rev. . . . New York, C.Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1899. xiv pp., 1 1., 322 pp. 
illus. pi. 16°. 59 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 15118, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Pinkham, William P. 

The lamb of God ; or, The scriptural 
philosophy of the atonement; Cleve- 
land, The Cleveland Bible training 
schools, 1899. 231pp. 12°. 60 

Copyright by Wm. P. Pinkham, 
Woonsocket, E. I. 1895, no. 55225, Oct. 
31; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Pool, Maria Louise. 

Sand 'n' bushes. Chicago & New 
York, H. S. Stone & co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 
364 pp., 1 1. 12°. 6 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 14645, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Raymond, Walter. 

Two men o' Mendip. New York, 
Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 3 p. 
1., 310 pp. 12°. 62 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 15080, Feb. 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Robertson, Harrison. 

"If I were a man;" the story of a 
new-southerner. New York, C . Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1899. 3 p. 1., 190 pp. 16°. 
(The ivory series) 63 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 15121, Feb. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Royer, John S. 

A complete correlated geography. 
Versailles, O., Royer & sons, 1898. [64] 
pp. nar. 8°. (Royer's unified series) 

64 
Copyright by John S. Royer, Ver- 
sailles^ O. 1898, no. 25416, Apr. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Schiller, [Johann Christoph Friedrich 
von] 

Schiller's Der neffe als onkel; with 
footnotes and vocabulary; introduc- 
tion by E. M. Granger. New York, 
Hinds & Noble, 1898. 94 pp. port. 
12°. (Hinds & Noble's German clas- 
sics; 65 

Copyright by Hinds & Noble, New 
York. 1899, no. 15780, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Schiller's Wilhelm Tell; with foot- 
notes and vocabulary ; introduction by 
E. M. Granger. New York, Hinds & 
Noble, 1898. x pp., 1 1., 185 pp. port. 
12°. (Hinds & Noble's German clas- 
sics) 66 
Copyright by Hinds &. Noble, New 
York. 1899, no. 15779, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Spofford, A[insworth] R[and], and Shap- 
ley, Rufus E[dmond], eds. 

The library of wit and humor, prose 
and poetry, selected from the literature 
of all times and nations . . . Phila- 
delphia, The Gebbie pub. co.. 1885-94. 
5v. pi. 8°. 67-71 

v.l & 5,1894; v. 2-4. 1885. 

Copyright by Gebbie & co.. Philadel- 
phia. 1896, nos. 3339-3343, Jan. 9; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Talbot, Henry P[aul] 

An introductory course of quantita- 
tive chemical analysis, with explana- 
tory notes and stoichiometrical prob- 
lems. 3d ed. rev. and enl. New York 
and London, The Macmillan co., 1899. 
153 pp. illus. 8°. 72 

Copyright by Henry P. Talbot, Bos- 
ton. 1897, no. 4223, Jan. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 11, 1899. 

Tolstoi, Liov N[ikolaevich] graf. 

The novels and other works of Lyof 
N. Tolstoi, v. 5-6. New York, C. 
Scribner's sons, 1899. 2 v. pi. 8°. 

73,74 
Contents. 
v. 5-6. "War and peace. 

Copyright by Thos. Y. Crowell & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 13560, Feb. 18 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. No. 14856, 
Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

[Ward, Julius A.] 

^GDU&T07tdQos. [New York, The 
Institute of somatopathy, 1899] 24 pp. 
illus. obi. 12°. 75 

P. 8: Somatopathy is scientific palpation 
desensitization and manipulation. 

Copyright by Julius A. Ward, New 
York. 1899, no. 15450, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Whitson, John H. 

The young ditch rider; a story of 
the plains. Elgin, 111., and Chicago, 
D.C., Cook pub. co., 1899. 96 pp. illus. 
8°. 76 

Copyright bv David C. Cook pub. 
co., Elgin, 111. '1899, no. 14573, Feb. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Wilkinson, William Cleaver. 

The epic of Paul. New York and 
London, Funk & Wagnalls co., 1898. 
722 pp. 8°. 77 

Copyright by Funk <fc Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1897, no. 46904, Aug. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

^Gdjua.ro7ta.Qos. 

See [Ward, Julius A.] 



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I. BOOKS— (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 



(Classified under the term "Books," according to tbe copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Acetylene gas for popular lighting. 1 
Copyright by Elias A. Long, Buffalo. 
1899, no. 14895*, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Across the "Atlantic." Hamburg- Ameri- 
can line. 2 
Copyright by Emil L. Boas, gen'l 
mngr., Hamburg-American line, New 



York. 1899, no. 11529, Feb. 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



copies 



Adult diet list. Compiled bv C. S. Mil- 
let. 3 

Copyright by Charles Sumner Mil- 
let, Brockton, Mass. 1899, no. 8244, 
Jan. 26 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Advance sheets from the forthcoming 
catalogue of the Central fire-proofing 
co., of New York. no. 3. 4 

Copyright by Central fire-proofing 
co., New York. 1898, no. 30934, May 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Advance sheets of a forthcoming cata- 
logue, appertaining to the use of terra 
cotta fire-proofing as manufactured by 
the Central fire-proofing co., of New 
York. 5 

Copyright by Central fire-proofing 
co., New York. 1899, no. 14410, Feb. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Advisory rates of Clarion, Wright county, 
Iowa. v. 81. 6 

Eagle Grove, Wright county, Iowa. 

v. 123. 7 

Hospers, Sioux county, Iowa. v. 464. 

8 

Waucoma, Fayette county, Iowa. v. 

422. 9 

Wyoming, Jones county, Iowa. v. 

446. 10 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, nos. 14066, 14068, 
14070, 14067, 14069, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Applied electricity, pt. 1. Instruction 
paper, 2d ed. 11 

pt. 2. Instruction paper, 2d ed. 

12 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 9059, 9060, Jan. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

pt. 1. 84 A. Question paper, 2d ed. 

13 

pt. 2. 84 B. Question paper, 2d ed. 

14 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, nos. 9818, 9820, Feb. 1 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Armstrong (S. G.) Vril cordial. 15 

Copyright by S. G. Armstrong, Ber- 
rien Springs, Mich. 1899, no. 14873, 
Feb. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Banker and greenback; or, Financial 
Jack. (Rules for game.) 16 

Copyright by Elbridge Howe, Mill- 
bury, Mass. 1899, no. 11337, Feb. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Berry (J. L.) Denver and Colorado. 17 
Copyright by Herbert George, Den- 
ver. 1899, no. 14062, Feb. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Bible (The) study manual for the bio- 
graphical course. The life of Christ, 
etc. v. 9, no. 3 ; lessons 10-13. 18 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston . 1899, no. 13640, Feb. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Bible (The) study union lessons. Gos- 
pel stories, v. 9, no. 3; lessons 10-13. 
Primary monthly. 19 

Child's monthly. 20 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 13644, 13646, Feb. 
18 ; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Boston and New York tides. Jan., 1899. 

21 
Copyright by M. J. Kiley, Boston. 
1899, no. 14607, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

Carter (Nicholas). Two plus two; or, 

A millionaire forger. 22 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 

York. 1899, no. 15177, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Catalogue of blanks for Clerk of court, 
pt. 1. Civil. 23 

Copyright by Barrett brothers, Spring- 
field, Ohio. 1899, no. 14652, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Commissions to students for aiding in 
eecuring new students; in force Feb. 
16, 1899. 24 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no.« 14859, Feb. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Copley (The) prints. (Spring catalogue 
of 1899.) 25 

Copyright by Curtis and Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15453, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Correspondence (The) school of book- 
keeping and stenography. Circular of 
information. 26 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 13948, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Curiosities. 27 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
New York. 1899, no. 1452-4, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



Colonial days; an 

28 



Detweiler (E.P.) 
ancestral poem. 

Copyright by Mrs. Eunice Parker 
Detweiler, Wilkinsburg, Pa. 1898, no. 
74357, Dec. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Diagrams of safe loads. Style A. Sec- 
tions. (Webs and shells of irregular 
thickness and density.) 29 

Copyright by Central fireproofing 
co., New York. 1899, no. 14407, Feb. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

— Style B. Sections. 

30 
Copyright by Central fireproofing 
co., NeV York. 1899, no. 14409, Feb. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Disagreeable (A) family affair. 31 

Copyright by Harry Stuff, Lincoln, 
Nebr. 1899, no. 14590, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Doyle (A. Conan). Round the fire; the 

story of B 24. 32 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 

New York. 1899, no. 14525, Feb. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Dressing well on little money. Spring 

and summer, 1899. 33 

Copyright by Crouse & Brandegee, 

Utica, N. Y. 1899, no. 15793, Feb. 28 ; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Eastman (Samuel) & co. catalogue. 34 
Copyright by Samuel Eastman & co., 
Concord, N. H. 1899, no. 14589, Feb. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Empire hand-power cream separators. 

35 
Copyright by U. S. butter extractor 
co., Newark, N. J. 1899, no. 13658, Feb. 
18; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Enroll before April 1, 1899, and secure 

special privileges. 36 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton. 1899, no. 12723, Feb. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Farmer's (The) grain calculator. 37 

Copyright by O. B. Sandifur. Frank- 
fort. Ind. 1899, no. 13322, Feb. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Feeding for flesh. 38 

Copyright by American cereal co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 6677, Jan. 19; 1 copy 

rec'd Jan. 19 ; 1 copy rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Fire (The) insurance pocket index, 1899. 

39 
Copyright by Spectator co., New 
York" 1899, no. 13939, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Fitch (Clarke). A gauntlet of fire. 40 
Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York." 1899, no". 12773, Feb. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Gem (The) of days; an entertainment for 
Children's day. Libretto by Lanta 
Wilson Smith; music by T. Martin 
Towne. 41 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 14588, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Gibbud (Henry B.) Whittling Johnny. 

42 
Copyright by Henry B. Gibbud, 
Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 15452, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

God's light leading. 43 

Copyright by D. H. Stearns, Port- 
land, Oreg. 1899, no. 13251, Feb. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Hardman (The) piano, manufactured by 

Hardman, Peck & co. 44 

Copyright by Hardman, Peck & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 9811, Feb. 1; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Harris (Frank). The real Shakespeare. 

45 
Copyright by William Heinemann, 
London. 1898, no. 56629, Sept. 26; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 26, 1898. 

Harvard habits. 46 

Copyright by Saville Johnston, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 13943, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Hotel Rennert. Baltimore city guide 
and tradesmen's index. 47 

Copyright by H. D. Thayer, Balti- 
more, *Md. 1899, no. 13940, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
How to conduct a general agency mail- 
order business at home. 48 
Copyright by E. T. Naylor, Chicago. 
1899, no. 12322, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 20, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

How to grow fibrous and tuberous- 
rooted begonias from seed. 49 
Copyright by W. Atlee Burpee & co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15143, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Illinois supreme and apj>ellate court re- 
ports; a table of cases and citations. 
Advance sheets, no. 3. Supreme, v. 196 ; 
Appellate, v. 78. Feb. 15, 1899. 50 

Copyright by Ralph Waldo Bowman, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 13563, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

In the high court of chancery. Wash- 
ington law book co. vs. John Doe, de- 
fendant. Bill in equity. 51 
Copyright by Washington law book 
co., Washington. 1899, no. 15139, Feb. 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Index (The) fire-alarm guide and pocket 
memorandum. 52 

Copyright by F. E.Benchley and F. 
Sanger, Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 
14416, Feb. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 
1899. 

International (The) correspondence 
schools ; bound volumes of the courses. 

53 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scran ton. 1899, no. 13246, Feb. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Kings (The) and queens of the range. 
Special number. 54 

Copyright by John F. Gregory, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 15135, Feb. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Kitselman brothers. The duplex auto- 
matic ball-bearing woven-wire fence 
machine. 1883-1899. 55 

Copyright by Kitselman brothers, 
Eidgeville, Ind. 1899, no. 15350, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Lala (Ramon Reyes). The Philippine 

islands. 56 

Copyright by Continental pub. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 6332, Jan. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Latimer (F.) Golden texts, 1899, and 
memory gems linked with precept, 
prayer, promise. 57 

Copyright by Ward & Drummond, 
New York. 1898, no. 69528, Nov. 29 ; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 28, 1898. 

Lessons on etching, pt. 1. 58 

Copyright by J. R. Bonwell, Ne- 
braska. 1899, no. 14440, Feb. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Locomotive boilers, pt. 2. Instruction 

paper, 2d ed. 59 

Copyright bv Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton. 1899, no. 10731, Feb. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

MacCartney (F. O.) The gift of woman- 
hood. 60 
Copyright by Frederick MacCartney, 
Rockland, Mass. 1899, no. 7875, Jan. 
24 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Masonic directory, Detroit, Mich., A. D. 

1899. A. L. 5899. 61 

Copyright by Geo. F. Moore, Detroit. 

1899, no. 10819, Feb. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 25, 1899. 

Miller (W.) The world as it reallv is. 

62 
Copyright by William Miller, Macon, 
Ga., 1899, no. 12298, Feb. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Mitchell (Ellen M.) The Paradise of 

Dante. 63 

Copyright by Ellen M. Mitchell, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 1898, no. 63371, Oct. 

28; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 28, 1898. 

Model - arch girder - covering sections. 

64 
Copyright by Central fire-proofing 
co., New York. 1899, no. 14408, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Modern dairy feeding. 65 

Copyright by American cereal co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 6678, Jan. 19; 1 

copy rec'd Jan. 19, 1899; 1 copv rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

Myeananda (Swami). Definition of 
words, including suggestions for occult 
practices to attain success. 66 

Copyright by Joseph Maille, New 
Orleans. 1899, no. 14869, Feb. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Nebraska clothing co., Kansas City, Mo. 

v. 18. Spring and summer, 1899. 67 

Copyright by Nebraska clothing co., 

Omaha. 1899, no. 14867, Feb. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Nebraska clothing co., Omaha, Nebr. v. 

18. Spring and summer, 1899. 68 

Copyright bv Nebraska clothing co., 

Omaha. 1899/ no. 14866, Feb. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

New pointers for amateurs ; a vest-pocket 
reference booklet and exposure record. 

69 
Copyright by George E. Mellen, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 8420, Jan. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

"Nylic." A system of benefits for per- 
sistent and producing agents. 70 
Copyright by New York life insur- 
ance co., New York. 1899, no. 9823, 
Feb. 1; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Ohio. Circuit court; reports of cases 
argued and determined, v. 17, Feb. 20, 
1899. no. 5. 71 

Copyright by Carl G.Jahn, Columbus, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 13922, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

no. 6. 72 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15323, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Page (D. B.) The vision of U-Mus-Sho- 

me ; a prophecy of Kansas City. 73 

Copyright by David B. Page, Kansas 

City, Mo. 1899, no. 15451, Feb. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Philosophical (The) calendar for 1899. 

74 
Copyright by Arthur Wright Black- 
man, Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 15137, 
Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

Physical and gymnastic exercises 
specially adapted to piano playing. 

75 
Copyright by Florence Dodd, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 15784, Feb. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Playing rules and schedule of the 
National polo association. 76 

Copyright by T. J. Martin, Spring- 
field, Mass. 1899, no. 14445, Feb. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Pluck and luck. n*o. 39. March 1, 1899. 

77 
Copyright by Frank Tousev, New 
York. 1899, no. 10388, Feb. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Practical poultry feeding. 78 

Copyright by American cereal co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 6676, Jan. 19 ; 1 copy 

rec'd Jan. 19, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899. 

Preston's pocket directory of Minneap- 
olis. March, 1899. 79 
Copyright by Albert L. Preston, Min- 
neapolis. 1898, no. 66899, Nov. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Primary (The) teacher's helper, v. 9, no. 
3 ; lessons 10-13. 80 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 13642, Feb. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Printing for private circulation. 81 

Copyright bv Memorial press, New 
York. 1899, no*. 14414, Feb. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Pure democracy; the Bible. A common- 
wealth; or, The brotherhood of man. 
What Christ preached. 82 

Copyright by Lorenzo Dow Mayes, 
New York. 1899, no. 13579, Feb. 18 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Reeder (David H.) Home health club; 
practical hygienic lectures written for 
the people, and successfully practiced 
in thousands of homes. 83 

Copyright by David H. Reeder, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 12061, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Scribner's magazine. [Circular.] 84 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 15794, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Secret service, no. 5. Feb. 24, 1899. 85 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 10375, Feb. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Shaver (L.) Shaver's system for cutting 

boy's pants. 86 

Copyright by Leander Shaver, Eau 

Claire, Wis. 1898, no. 71533, Dec. 8; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 8, 1898. 

Smith (M.) Bible truths laid naked. 

87 
Copyright by Mortimer Smith, Sau- 
gerties, N. Y. 1899, no. 12732, Feb. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Textile designing. Instruction paper, 
pt. 1. Definitions of designing, 1st ed. 

88 
Copyright by Christopher P. Brooks, 
New Bedford, Mass. 1899, no. 10481, 
Feb. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Towne (W. E.) Practical mind science. 

Lesson 1. (2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 1899.) 

89 
Lesson 2. (2 copies rec'd Feb. 2, 

1899.) 90 
Lesson 3. (2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899.) 91 
Lesson 4. (2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899.) 92 
Lesson 5. (2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899.) 93 

Copyright by W. E. Towne, Holyoke, 

Mass. 1898, nos. 75965-75969, Dec. 27, 

2 copies each rec'd Feb. 2 to Feb. 27; 

1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Useful information for women. 94 

Copyright by Victoria Ann Wilhoft, 

New York. 1898, no. 74679, Dec. 21; 1 

copy rec'd Jan. 12, 1899; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 21, 1899. 

Voter's (The) guide; candidates to be 
voted for at the general election, Nov. 
8, 1898. 95 

Copyright by W. P. Harrington & 
H. P. Remington, Virginia City, Nev. 
1898, no. 58811, Oct. 5; 2 copies rec'd 
Oct. 5, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ward (A.) The best and the cheapest. 

96 
Copyright by Artemas Ward, New 
York. 1899, no. 15798, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Woods (E. A.) The disposition of life 
assurance; practical hints as to the 
drawing and assigning of policies, so 
as to best protect the interests of all 
concerned. 97 

Copyright by Edward A. Woods, 
Pittsburg. 1899, no. 12406, Feb. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



■ .-BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Afraid of San Jose scale. 1 

Copyrigbt by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13351, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 



Against the San Jose scale. 2 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14658, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Aguinaldo expects support. 3 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13360, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

American flour accepted. 4 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 13359, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 
As to American unpeeled fruit. 5 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no! 14092, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Ask aid in Morocco. 6 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 14660, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Ask King Oscar to keep away. 7 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 15205, Feb. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Asks help of Russia. 8 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13665, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Attacks on the archbishop. , 9 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13337, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Ball and supper at Stockholm. 10 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 14684, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Banffy spoke for Fejrvary. 11 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14673, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Belgium seeks trade in China. 12 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 13671, Feb. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Black (A) sheep of the "400." 5th install- 
ment. (In the Evening world.) 13 

6th installment. (Evening world.) 

14 
Copyright by P*ress pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 14912, 14913, Feb. 24 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

7th installment. (Evening world.) 

15 

8th installment. (Evening world.) 

16 

9th installment. (Evening world.) 

17 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. " 1899, nos. 15503-15505, Feb. 27; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Bonaparte wants the throne. 18 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14099, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Bribery in British affairs. 19 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14680, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Burden gets heavy. 20 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14672, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Buys American locomotives. 21 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14106, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Cabinet about to yield. 22 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14100, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 94. Work 

trains. 23 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

1899, no. 12784, Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 20. 1899. 

Cattle of Alsace afflicted. 24 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13335, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Cavalry festival at Strasburg. 25 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14666, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Chance for Victor Napoleon. 26 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14664, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Chicago (The) record's home study cir- 
cle; directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton, 
no. 31, Monday, Feb. 6, 1899. Popular 
studies in European history. (2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 7, 1899.) 27 

no. 32, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1899. The 

world's great commercial products. 
(2 copies rec'd Feb. 8, 1899.) 28 

no. 33, Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1899. Gov- 
ernments of the world of to-day. (2 
copies rec'd Feb. 9, 1899.) 29 

no. 34, Thursday. Feb. 9, 1899. 

Popular studies in literature (con- 
tinued). (2 copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1899.) 

30 

no. 35, Friday, Feb. 10, 1899. Popular 

studies in literature (continued). (2 
copies rec'd Feb. 13, 1899.) 31 

no. 36, Saturday, Feb. 11, 1899. The 

world's great artists. (2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 13, 1899.) 32 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 
downe, Pa. 1899, nos. 9074-9079, Jan. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 7 to Feb. 
13, 1899. 

no. 37, Monday, Feb. 13, 1899. Popu- 
lar studies in European history. (2 
copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899.) 33 



Titles — Continued. 

Chicago (The) record's home study cir- 
cle; directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton, 
no. 38, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1899. The 
world's great commercial products. 
(2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. ) 34 

no. 39, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1899. 

Governments of the world of to day. 
(2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899.) 35 

no. 40, Thursday, Feb. 16, 1899. 

Popular studies in literature. (2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899.) 36 

no. 41, Friday, Feb. 17, 1899. Popular 

studies in literature (continued). (2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899.) 37 

no. 42, Saturday, Feb. 18, 1899. The 

world's great artists. (2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 20, 1899.) 38 

Copyright by Sevmour Eaton, Lans- 
downe, Pa. 1899, nos. 9080-9085, Jan. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 16 to Feb. 
20, 1899. 

China to encourage trade. 39 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14904, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Chinese- Belgian bank project. 40 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14659, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

City life in the Philippine islands. 41 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 14689, Feb. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Claims to be a Chicagoan. 42 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14081, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Cockades for a pretender. 43 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 14682, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Collapse of an old castle. 44 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14686, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Confer with General Otis. 45 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 15208, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Congo rebels are vanquished. 46 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 1333C, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Convict becomes a millionaire. 47 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14681, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



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Titles — C ontinued . 

Creed divides the Filipinos. 48 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14665, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Crockett (S. R.) Little Anna Mark. 49 
Copyright by S. R. Crockett, London. 
1898, no. 75357, Dec. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
in parts, Dec. 24, 1898, to Feb. 27, 1899. 

Crowley (Mary Catherine). An every- 
day girl. 50 
Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 13951, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Daisy May's budget of feminine gossip. 

51 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 15211, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Death of Dr. Wm. Rutherford. 52 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14911, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



Death of Julius Kossak. 



53 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13332, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Death of Prof. Studsgaard. 54 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14086, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Demand a new man. 55 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15199, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Desire continuation of peace. 56 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15202, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Dislikes Samoan official. 57 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14675, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Does not believe it is Andree. 58 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13327, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Donnell (A. H.) Jess and Johnny. 59 
Copyright bv Annie Hamilton Don- 
nell, Kents Hill, Me. 1899, no. 13677, 
Feb. 18; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Dons cry for blood. 60 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14678, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dowager archduchess dies. 61 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14668, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Duke of Orleans at the play. 62 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15203, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

East against Europe. 63 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 13341, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Encourage peace sentiments. 64 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14089, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

England's eye on the High Commission. 

65 
Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no\ 14453, Feb. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Fatal duel at Budapest. 66 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no" 14656, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Favors obligatory arbitration. 67 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14661, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Festivities at Mayence. 68 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1 899, no. 13348, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Few follow Carlos. 69 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 13663, Feb. 18; 2 copies 
rec'cl Feb. 17, 1899. 

Fifty rebels killed. 70 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14098, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Finns are in fear of Russia. 



71 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no] 14662, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Fishel (Martha), IT. S. Fishel (M.) That 

catacomb story. 72 

Copyright by Martha Fishel, U. S. 

1899, no. 14692, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 23, 1899. 

For a statue to Gladstone. 73 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13666, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 



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IVles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



France still lives. 74 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14105, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
reed Feb. 20, 1899. 

French crisis may be severe. 75 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14097. Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
reed Feb. 20, 1899. 

Fuller (E.) The Malcolms; a novel. 
[Providence Sunday journal.] 76 

Copyright by Edward Fuller, Provi- 
dence, R, I. 1898, no. 63257, Oct. 28; 2 
copies (in parts) ree'd Oct. 28, 1898, to 
Feb. 20, 1899. 

Gatlings (The) at San Juan. 77 

Copvright by John H. Parker, U. S. 
1899, no. 14690, Feb. 23; 2 copies ree'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

German (The) meat-inspection bill. 78 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York . 1899, no. 14451, Feb. 21 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Germany to lay an Asiatic cable. 79 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14910, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Goes to Russia for horses. 80 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15206, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Grand duchy of Baden is shaken. 81 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 13670, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Graphic shorthand. Lesson no. 2. 82 
Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 14610, Feb. 23 ; 
2 copies rec ; d Feb. 23, 1899. 

Grip epidemic at Carlsruhe. 83 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15201, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Hard words for the archbishop. 84 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14079, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Harmony lacking in Hungary. 85 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13356, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Heir born to Egypt's Khedive. 86 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14677, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

18112— Vol. 19, No. 1 2 



Hillis (Newell Dwight). Prisoners of 
hope. [Chicago times-herald, Feb. 20, 
1899.] 87 

Copyright by Fleming H. Re veil co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 14696, Feb. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Home rulers win at Derry. 88 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14091, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Human (The) brain: its friends and foes. 
[Emerson college magazine, Feb. ,1899.] 

89 
Copyright by Charles Wesley Emer- 
son, Boston. 1899. no. 11774, Feb. 10; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Humor page for Feb. 19, 1899. 90 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 14119, Feb. 
20; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Feb. 26, 1899. 



91 



Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 15192, Feb. 
25; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Hyne (C.) A matter of justice. 92 

Copyright by Cutcliffe Hyne, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 13550, Feb. 18; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Indifference of the Czar. 93 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13364, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Insults for Loubet. 94 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14657, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Interest in Vatican circles. 95 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13668, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Jobbernowls (The) in Cuba with the 

crabs. 96 

Copyright by Caroline Wetherell, 

U. S. 1899, no. 15212, Feb. 25; 2 copies 

ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

[Johns, Cloudesley.] Dan Ames' luck; 

a comedy of the Klondike. 97 

Copyright by Western press, San 

Diego, Cal. 1899, no. 13953, Feb. 20; 2 

copies ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Killed by the crews. 98 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14078, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 18, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

King Oscar to resume duties. 99 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13358, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Kipling (Rudvard). The moral reform- 
ers— Stalky *& co. 4. 100 
Copyright bv Rudyard Kipling, 
London. 1899, no. 15297, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Last days of revel at Nice. 101 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13316, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Late fashions from Paris. 102 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 15213, Feb. 25 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Lenten (The) fashions. 103 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 14691, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Less noise in Paris. 104 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 

igo. 1899, no. 141 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Liberal attack on the Lords. 105 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13354, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Life's springtime. 106 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 15215, Feb. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Live in fear of landslides. 107 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13336, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Loubet seems calm. 108 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 14898, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Loubet's (M.) courage. 109 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 15200, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Love (Prof.) elected by Oxford. 110 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 14899, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

McArthur (Peter). With the aid of the 

widow. Ill 

Copyright by Peter McArthur, U. S. 

1899, no. 15214, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

MacCord to be paid at last. 112 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 13333, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Make farm a prison. 113 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13350, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Manila is menaced. 114 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13664, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 189.9. 

May sail for Samoa. 115 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 13342, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Meditations of Martin Dooley. 116 

Copyright by Chicago journal, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14108, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Merry thousands in Trieste. 117 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, do! 13362, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Moving toward imperialism. 118 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13361, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Mussulmans ordered to arms. 119 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14083, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

New attempts at harmony. 120 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 14080, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 



New York theatricals. 



121 



Copvright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 14695, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Not alarmed at Congo trouble. 122 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 14687, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Of interest to women: for Feb. 19, 1899. 

123 
Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 14120, Feb. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Feb. 26, 1899. 124 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 15193, Feb. 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Of interest to youth ; for Feb. 19. 1899. 

125 
Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 14118, Feb. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20. 1899. 

— Feb. 26, 1899. 126 
Copyright by John Brisben Walker. 

Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 15191, Feb. 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Oifener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampi'er. no. 268. 127 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 11109, Feb. 20; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

— no. 269. 128 
Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland.' 1899, no. 15199, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Osbornes arrive at Naples. 129 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14685, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 
Pando encamped at Sicasica. 130 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14655, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Pavonia may be safe. 131 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14082, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Perosi (Lorenzo) goes to Paris. 132 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no'. 14683, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Ponta Delgada, Friday. 133 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 15501, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Pope is with Ireland. 134 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14107, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Pope's letter in type. 135 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14901, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Popular hygiene, no. 6. Hot drink. 

136 
Copyright by L. J. Cherrington, 
Salem, Mass. 1899, no. 14110, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Prefers tariff war. 137 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 13334, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Press censorship in Finland. 138 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 13674. Feb. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Prince Leopold at Carlsbad. 139 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no! 14C93, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Prince Victor is feared. 



140 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14101. Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Procession (The) described. 141 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. ' 1^99. no. 15198, Feb. 25 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Promise of trouble. 142 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no.' 13328. Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Queen will tell her trouble. 143 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1K99, no'. 14663, Feb. 23: 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Question legality of strikes. 144 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Quiet election in Greece. 145 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14688, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Race dissension in Bohemia. 146 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 13344, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Rebels plan to fight. 147 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no.' 13353, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899, 

Reformers are put in prison. 148 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13347, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Regret is shown in Vienna. 149 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14104, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Regrets failure of negotiation. 150 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14905, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Regulation of emigration. 151 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13331, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Reid's views interest Paris. 152 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13343, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Rejoice over Loubet's election. 153 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14679, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Republican (A) victory. 154 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 14452, Feb. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Restores the old constitution. 155 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, do! 14909, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Rios (Gen.) anxious to leave. 156 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 13340, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Rios (Gen.) fomenting trouble. 157 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 13669, Feb. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Rogers (Delia) scores a success. 158 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 13673, Feb. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Sagasta must step aside. 159 

Copyright by Chicago recorl, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14103, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Say the rebellion is not dead. 160 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cagor 1899, no. 14902, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Says Americans are helpless. 161 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 13667. Feb. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Says Cuba will be annexed. 162 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, uo. 15207, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Says soldiers act shamefully. 163 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14671, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Scandalous trade in spirits. 164 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14088, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

j Shopkeepers of Berne alarmed. 165 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14090, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

I Situation in France. 166 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 14113, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Son of the Shah to study art. 167 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 13339, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Spanish troops reach home. 168 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14900, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Spanish troops start for home. 169 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 13345, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Still with Mataafa. 170 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14077, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Stoker (B.). Chin music. 171 

Copyright by Bram Stoker, London. 
1899, no. 13214, Feb. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 20, 1899. 

Story is denied by the Duke. 172 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14095, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Sunday magazinepage. nos. 1-3. 173-175 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 

Irvington, N. Y. 1899, nos. 14115-14117, 

Feb. 20; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 

1899. 

Sunday magazine page. nos. 1-3. Feb. 

26, 1899. 176-178 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 

Irvington, N. Y. 1899, nos. 15195-15197, 



Feb. 21 
1899. 



copies each rec'd Feb. 25, 



Swedish nobles are determined. 179 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14084, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Takes Santa Barbara. 180 

Copyright by Chiacgo record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14908, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23. 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Talk of political intrigues. 181 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1898, no! 13363, Feb. 17 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Threatened strike in Havana. 182 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13357, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

To attend Faure's funeral. 183 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14906, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

To guarantee free elections. 184 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no." 14667, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

To receive Choate. 185 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1899, no. 15500, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

To start for the north in June. 186 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 13349, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899, 

To void leases from peasants. 187 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14676, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

To wed Rosebery's daughter. 188 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no! 14094, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Tories in a queer situation. 189 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 13329, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas Citv 

star, Feb. 16, 1899). 190 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 14114, Feb. 

20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Feb. 18, 1899. 191 

Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 
Kansas Citv. Mo. 1899, no. 14454, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Feb. 20, 1899. 192 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 1899, no. 14699, Feb. 
23 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Feb. 21, 1899. 193 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 14914, Feb. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Feb. 22, 1899.) 194 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 14915, Feb. 

24 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Transport reaches Gibraltar. 195 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, uo. 13672, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Transport sails for Port Said. 196 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14096, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Trouble with the council. 197 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14087, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Trouble with the socialists. 198 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 13338, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Troubles of Princess Louise. 199 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14903, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Turns against Milan. 200 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago 1899. no. 13355, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899, 

golf association. 
201 



United (The) States 



Copyright by American press ass'n., 
New York. 1899, no. 14694, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Uprising in Roumania. 202 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14102, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Venice to utilize water power. 203 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14907, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Very heavy deficit. 204 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 14112, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Von Szell will lead. 205 

Copyright bv Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14674, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Welcome to the Earl of Elgin. 206 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, noJl3352, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 
White troops needed in Afric 



207 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14669, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Will be bad for Austria. 208 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14085, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alone in Greater New York : A melodrama 
in 4 acts, by John A. Fraser. 1 

Copyright by Flora M. Fraser, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 10337, Feb. 3; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Augustin: Ein fastnachtspiel, von Hans 

von Wolzogen. 2 

Copyright by Hans von Wolzogen, 

Bayreuth, Germany. 1899, no. 3567, 

Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Awkward (An) squad: A sketch in 1 
scene, by R. M. Baker. 3 

Copyright bv Walter H. Baker & co., 
Boston. "1899/no. 9176, Jan. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Chinese (A) dummy: A farce in 1 act, by 
Marian D. Campbell. 4 

Copyright by Walter H. Baker & co., 
Boston. 1899. no. 9175, Jan. 30; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Deadlock (The) : A comedy in 4 acts, by 
R.C.Elliott. 5 

Copyright by R. C. Elliott and F. 
Shelberg, Pescadero, Cal. 1898, no. 
69209, Nov. 28; 2 typewritten copies 
rec'd Feb. 21, ~ 



His cousin Felix: A comedy in 3 acts, 
by Henry Lawrence Blaisdell. 6 

Copyright bv Henry Lawrence Blais- 
dell, U. S. 1899, no. 14612, Feb. 23 ; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

John Smith : A comedy in 3 acts, by R. 
C. Elliott. 7 

Copyright by R. C. Elliott and F. 
Shelberg, Pescadero, Cal. 1898, no. 
69213, Nov. 28; 2 typewritten copies 
rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Love's busy morning: A farce in 1 act, 

by R.C.Elliott. 8 

Copyright by R. C. Elliott and F. 

Shelberg, Pescadero, Cal. 1898, no. 

69211, Nov. 28; 2 typewritten copies 
rec'd Feb. 21. 1899. 

Man (The) from Texas: A farce in 1 act, 
by Bernard Francis Moore. 

Copyright bv Walter II. Baker & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 75916, Dec. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Only (The) way; a tale of two cities: A 
play in a prologue and 4 acts, by Free- 
man Wills; adapted from Charles 
Dickens's novel. 10 

Copyright by John Martin Harvev, 
London. 1899, no. 15298, Feb. 20; *2 
typewritten copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Power (The) of love: An emotional 
drama in 5 acts, by May Cranmer Dun- 
can. 11 
Copyright by May Cranmer Duncan, 
Hanford, Cal. 1898, no. 67904, Nov. 21 ; 
2 typewritten copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Queen (The) of the south. By Mary V. 
Duval. 12 

Copyright by Mary V. Duval. Pu- 
laski, Tenn. 1899, no. 11778, Feb. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Wanted, a maid : A farce- in 1 act, by R. 

C.Elliott. 13 

Copyright by R. C. Elliott and F. 

Shelberg, Pescadero, Cal. 1898, no. 

69212, Nov. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 
1899. 

Why ? A satire in 1 act, bv R. C. Elliott. 

14 

Copyright by R. C. Elliott and F. 

Shelberg, Pescadero, Cal. 1898, no. 

69210, Nov. 28; 2 typewritten copies 

rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 



23 
III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 



Mar., 1899. 

1 



ABC pathfinder and dial. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 

Copyright by New England railway 
pnb. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75722. 

Ainslee's magazine. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 1,1899.) 2 

Copyright bv Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no\ 12498. 

American agriculturist. Mar. 18, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. ) 3 

Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 

4 
Copyright by Orange Judd co.,New 
York. 1899, nos. 672, 674. 

American architect and building news. 
Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 

5 
Copyright by American architect and 
building news co., Boston. 1899, no. 
3831. 

American ecclesiastical review. Apr., 
1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 6 

Copyright by American ecclesiasti- 
cal review co., New York. 1898, no. 
70400. 

American queen. Feb., 1889. (Rec'd 
Jan. 27, 1899.) 7 

Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1. 1899.) 

8 
Copyright by American queen, New 
York. * 1899, nos. 9563, 9565. 

Appleton's popular science monthly. 
Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899.) 9 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co.. New 
York. 1899, no. 7684. 

Argosv. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 20, 
1899.) 10 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York/ 1899, no. 14745. 

Art amateur. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
27,1899.) 11 

Copyright by Montague Marks, New 
York. 1899, no. 15386. 

Atlantic reporter. Feb. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 13, 1899.) 12 

Feb. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. ) 

13 

Feb. 22, 1899. ( Rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. ) 

14 

Mar. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 7, 1899.) 

15 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 10894, 12467, 14122, 15633. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bibelot. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Jan. 20, 1899.) 

16 
Copyright by Thomas B. Mosher, 
Portland, Me. 1899, no. 10004. 

Bibliotheca sacra. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 29, 1899.) 17 

Copyright by Bibliotheca Sacra co., 
Oberlin, Ohio. 1898, no. 66483. 

Book buyer. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 3, 
1899.) 18 

Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 6, 1899.) 

19 
Copyright by Chas. Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, nos. 13591, 15808. 

Bookman. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899.) 20 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15385. 

Boston daily globe. Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd 

Mar. 27, 1899.) 21 

Mar. 26, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. ) 

22 
Mar. 27, 1899. ( Rec'd Mar. 28. 1899. ) 

23 
Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899.) 

24 
Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 

25 
Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. ) 

26 
Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1. 1899.) 

27 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 
1899, nos. 3961-3967. 

Botanical gazette. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899.) 28 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 53804. 

Bradstreet's. Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899.) 29 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2637. 

Builders' magazine. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 29, 1899.) 30 

Copyright by W. T. Comstock, New 
York. 1899, no. 10874. 



Apr., 1899. 
31 



Building trades magazine. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1898, no. 75519. 

Catholic news. Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899.) 32 

Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 1899.) 

33 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. 

co., New York. 1898, nos. 74529, 74478. 



24 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Catholic world. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 

27,1899.) 34 

Copyright by A. F. Hewit, New York. 

1898, no. 77425. 

Chautauquau. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
27,1899.) 35 

Copyright by Theodore L. Flood, 
Meadville, Pa. * 1897, no. 44078. 

Christognosis. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
31,1899.) 36 

Copyright by Christognosis pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 12463. 

Coming age. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
28,1899.) 37 

Copyright by Coming age co., St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 8306. 

Critic. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 3, 1899.) 

38 
Copyright by Critic co., New York. 

1899, no. 15644. ' 

Dry goods economist. Mar. 25, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 39 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York.' 1899, no. 2378. 

Eclectic medical Journal. Apr., 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 1,1899.) 40 

Copyright by Scudder brothers co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 76086. 

Educational reyiew. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 2, 1899.) 41 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 15161. 

Electrical reyiew. Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 31, 1899.) 42 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 3418. 

Emerson college magazine. Mar., 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 43 

Copyright by H. T. Daghistanlian, 
Boston. 1898,no.68411. 

Engineering record. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 1,1899.) 44 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71198. 

Evening post. Mar. 27. 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 28, 1899.) 45 

Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899.) 

46 

Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. ) 

47 

Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. ) 

48 

Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. ) 

49 
Copyright by Eveuing post pub. co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 15886-15890. 



Titles — Continued. 

Examiner. Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
30,1899.) . 50 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2586. 

Farmer. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 
1899.) 51 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 622. 

Federal reporter. Feb. 7, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 13,1899.) 52 

Feb. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 20, 1899.) 

53 

Feb. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 27, 1899.) 

54 

Feb. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 4, 1899.) 

55 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, 
Minn. 1899, nos. 10895, 12468, 14123, 
15634. 

Forum. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 
1899.) 56 

Copyright by Forum pub. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 74375. 

Free man. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1, 
1899.) 57 

Copyright by Chas. W. Close, Ban- 
gor, Me. 1899, no. 249. 

Happy days. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb., 

1899.) 58 

Copyright bv Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no*. 3100. 

Harper's bazar. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
31,1899.) 59 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. * 1898, no. 74707. 

Harper's round table. Apr., 1899. 

(Rec'd Apr. 1,1899.) 60 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York/ 1899, no. 55330. 

Harper's weekly. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 30, 1899.) 61 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1898, no. 74719. 

Healing leaves. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
27,1899.) " 62 

Copyright by T. E. Ballard, Craw- 
fordsville, Ind. 1899, no. 8857. 

Home and farm. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 31, 1899.) 63 

Copyright bv Home and farm pub. 
co., Louisville, Ky. 1899, no. 583. 

Home comfort. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
27,1899.) 64 

Copyright bj Win. F. Rupert, New 
York. * 1899, no*. 9733. 



25 



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Titles — Continued. 



Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
65 



Homiletic review 
Mar. 2, 1899.) 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15218. 

Horseman. Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 

30,1899.) 66 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 

newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2782. 

How to grow flowers. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 1,1899.) 67 

Copyright by Ella V. Banes, Spring- 
field, Ohio. 1899, no. 2565. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Mar. 26,1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 68 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo. 1899, no. 3000. 

Illustrated police news. Apr. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 69 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 
1899, no. 11855.' 

International magazine. Apr., 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899.) 70 

Copyright by A. T. H. Brower, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5276. 

Jewelers' weekly. Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 30, 1899.)' 71 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., New 
York. 1899, no. 3093. 

Joe Flynn's magazine of mirth, (no date. ) 
vol. 1, no. 1. ( Rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. ) 72 
Copyright by Joseph Flynn, New 
York. 1899, no 9181. 

Journal of cutaneous and genito-urinary 
diseases. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 
1899.) 73 

Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. ) 74 

Copyright by Physicians pub. co., 
New York. 1899, nos.' 10115, 10117. 

Journal of the American chemical so- 
ciety. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb., 1899.) 

75 
Copyright by Edward Hart, E. F. 
Smith, and J. H. Long, Easton, Pa. 
1899, no. 8301. 

Keim and allied families. Dec. 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 11, 1899.) 76 

Copyright by De B. R. Keim, Reading- 
Pa. 1899, no. 6584. 

Ladies' home journal. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899.) 77 

Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 75543. 

Ladies' world. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
29,1899.) 78 

Copyright by S. H. Moore & co., New 
York. 1898, no. 71462. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lawyers' reports annotated. Mar. 1, 1899. 

(Rec'd Mar. 25, 1899.) 79 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 

pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 

526. 

List of buyers; electric light plants. 
Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 18, 1899.) 80 
Copyright by Buyers reference co., 
New York. 1899, no. 13725. 

Literature. Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 
1899.) 81 

Copyright by Harper and brothers, 
New York. 1899, no. 4428. 

McCall's magazine. May, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 29, 1899.) 82 

Copyright by McCall company, New 
York. 1898, no. 67519. 

Manufacturers' journal. Dec, 1898. 
(Rec'd Jan. 10, 1899.) 83 

Copyright by Geo. F. Saward, New 
York. 1899, no. 4523. 

Meehan's Monthly. Mar. 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899.) 84 

Apr. 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899.) 

85 
Copyright by Thomas Meehan & 
sons, Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 15645, 
15646. 

Missionary review. Mar. 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 1,1899.) 86 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15217. 

Monthly review. Apr. 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 1,1899.) 87 

Copyright by Sharp & Alleman co., 
Philadelphia. " 1899, no. 8850. 

Munsey's magazine. Mar. 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899.) 88 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. 1,^99, no. 14743. 

New England homestead. Apr. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 1,1899.) 89 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 726. 

New York herald. Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd 

Mar. 27, 1899.) 90 

Mar. 26, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. ) 

91 
Mar. 27, 1899. ( Rec'd Mar. 28, 1899. ) 

92 
Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. ) 

93 
Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. ) 

94 
Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31. 1899.) 

95 



26 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

New York herald. Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 1,1899.) 96 

Copyright bv Jam es Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1899,. nos. 14945-14951. 

New York medical journal. Mar. 25, 
1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 97 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3405. 

New York supplement and state re- 
porter. Feb. 9, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 17, 
1899.) 98 

Feb. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 21, 1899.) 

99 

Feb. 23, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 3, 1899.) 

100 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, nos. 10898, 12469, 14124. 

New Yorker abendblatt. Mar. 25, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 101 

Mar. 27, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 1899. ) 

102 

Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. ) 

103 

Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 

104 

Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899.) 

105 

Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. ) 

106 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1623- 
1628. 

New Yorker sonntagsblatt. Mar. 26, 1899. 
(Rec'd March 27, 1899.) 107 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1872. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Mar. 27, 
1899. ( Rec'd M ar. 27. 1*99. ) 108 

Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 1899. ) 

109 

Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. ) 

110 

Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. ) 

111 

Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. ) 

112 

Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1, 1899.) 

113 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1312- 
1317. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Apr. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 114 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1925. 

North American review. Mar., 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 1,1899.) 115 

Copyright by North American review 
pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 15809. 



Titles — Continued. 

Northeastern reporter. Feb. 11, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 17, 1899.) 116 

Mar. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 10, 1899.) 

117 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, nos. 10897, 15637. 

Outlook. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 
1899.) 118 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 
1899, no. 7057. 

Pacific reporter. Feb. 9, 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899.) 119 

Feb. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 21, 1899.) 

120 

Feb. 23, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 28, 1899.) 

121 

Mar. 2, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 7,1899.) 

122 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, nos. 10899, 12472, 14127, 15638. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. 
Mar' 18. 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 18, 1899.) 

123 

Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. ) 

124 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 14136, 
14137. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Mar. 26, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 125 

Mar. 27, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. ) 

126 

Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 1899.) 

127 

Mar. 29, 1899. ( Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. ) 

128 

Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. ) 

129 

Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. ) 

130 

Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 1, 1899.) 

131 
Copyright bv Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 51209- 
51215. 

Popular science. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
27,1899.) 132 

Copyright by Popular science news, 
New York. 1899, no. 6079. 

Power. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 

133 
Copyright by Power pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 9311. 



Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 27, 
134 



Puritan. 
1899.) 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. 1899, no. 14745. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Quaker. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 25, 
1899.) 135 

Copyright by Frank A. Munsey, New 
York. " 1899, no. 14746. 

Record of Christian work. Mar., 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 22, 1899.) 136 

Copyright bv Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 14703. 

Recreation. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 
1899.) 137 

Copyright by G. O. Shields, New 
York. 1899, no. 70217. 

St. Louis republic. Mar. 26, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 28, 1899.) 138 

Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co.," St. Louis. 1899, no. 385. 

(Supplement.) Mar. 26, 1899. (Rec'd 

Mar. 28, 1899.) 139 

Copyright by Publishers, Geo. Knapp 
& co.,' St. Louis. 1899, no. 359. 

Saturday evening post. Mar. 4, 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 6, 1899.) 140 

Mar. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 11, 1899.) 

141 

Mar. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. ) 

142 
Copyright by Curtis pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899) dos. 15629-15631. 

Scientific American. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 30, 1899.) 143 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 412. 

Scientific American. (Building ed.) 
Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899.) 144 
Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 454. 
Scientific American. (Supplement.) 
Apr. 1,1899. (Rec'dMar.30,1899.) 145 
Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 475. 
Sendbote. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 
1^99.) 146 

Copyright bv Sendbote, Cincinnati, 
Ohio/ 1898, no". 74058. 
Southeastern reporter. Feb. 7, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 13, 1899.) 147 

Feb. 21, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 27, 1899.) 

148 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, nos. 10900, 14128. 

Southern reporter. Feb. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 

Feb. 13, 1899.) 149 

Feb. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 20, 1899.) 

150 

Mar. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 7, 1899.) 

151 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, nos. 10901, 12474, 15640. 



Titles — Con tinued . 

Southwestern reporter. Feb. 13, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 18, 1899.) 152 

Feb. 20, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 25, 1899.) 

153 

Feb. 27, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 4, 1899.) 

154 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 12475, 14130, 15641. 

Standard. Mar. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 23, 
1899.) 155 

Mar. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 3, 1899.) 

156 

Mar. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 10, 1899.) 

157 

Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 16, 1899.) 

158 

Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 22, 1899.) 

159 

■ Apr. 8, 18^9. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 

160 
Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York . 1899, nos . 14717-14722 . 

J Sun. Mar. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 
1899.) 161 

i Mar. 26, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 

162 

Mar. 27, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 

163 

Mar. 28, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 1899.) 

164 

Mar. 29, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. ) 

165 

Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. ) 

166 

Mar. 31, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899.) 

167 
Copyright by Sun printing and pub. 
ass'u, New York. 1899, nos. 958-964. 

Supreme court reporter. Feb. 6, 1899. 
(Rec"dFeb. 13, 1899.) 168 

Feb. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 20, 1899.) 

169 

Feb. 20, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 27, 1899.) 

170 
Copyright by West pub. co.. St. Paul. 
1899, nos. 10903"; 12476, 14131. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Mar. 28, 
1899. (Rec'd Mar. 31, 1899.) 171 

Copyright by S. J. Turnblad, Minne- 
apolis. 1899, no. 780. 

Toilettes. May, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 
1899.) 172 

Copyright by Toilettes pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 10916. 

Town topics. Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
30, 1899.) 173 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3987. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Truth. Apr., 1899. 



(Rec'd Mar. 29, 1899.) 
174 



Copyright by Truth co., New York. 
1898, no. 73615. 

Universal brotherhood. Apr., 1899. 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 175 

Copyright by Katharine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1899, no. 12487. 

Vanity fair. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
18,1899.) 176 

Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York. 1899, no. 14710. 



Verdict. Feb. 27, 1899 

1899.) 
Mar. 6, 1899. 



(Rec'd Feb. 24, 

177 

(Rec'd Mar. 1, 1899.) 

178 



— Mar. 13, 3899. (Rec'd Mar. 8, 1899.) 

179 
Copyright by Verdict pub. co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 12814-12816. 



Titles — Continued. 

Western electrician. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 1, 1899.) 180 

Copyright by Electrical pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 300. 

What to eat. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
27,1899.) 181 



Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 



) 
182 



Copyright by Pierce & Pierce, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, nos. 10904, 10905. 



Apr. 9, 1899. 
183 



Young people's weekly. 
(Rec'd Apr. 1,1899.) 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 
co., Eigin, 111. 1899, no. 3152. 

Youth's companion. Mar. 30, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 29, 1899.) 184 

Copyright bv Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 8446. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 



COL- 



(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 



Titles. 

Abendglocken. (Evening bells.) Salon- 
stlick, fiir pianoforte, componirt von 
Otto von Walden : op. 116. Leipzig, 
Otto Forberg. 1 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 14834*; Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

Advanced exercises for the thumb, for 
the pianoforte, by Albert Ross Parsons ; 
arranged and developed by Kate S. 
Chittenden. 2 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1899,' no. 15358, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Agility. Twenty-five progressive studies 
in mechanism and lightness for the 
pianoforte, by Felix Le Couppey: op. 
20; revised, fingered and annotated by 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 3 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 15184, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Alabama dream. (A rag-time cake walk. ) 
By Geo. D. Barnard. Band. 4 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899,' no. 15052, Feb. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Alabama rose. Cake walk, for piano, by 

J. G. Liddicoat. 5 

Copyright by Rogers & Eastman, 

Cleveland. 1899, no. 15391, Feb. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Alphabet (The). Twenty-five very easy 
studies without octaves for the piano- 
forte, by Felix Le Couppey: op. 17; 
revised, fingered and annotated by 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 6 

Copyright by Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15183, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Angel (The) of poverty lane. Waltz 
song and chorus. Words by Dan Pack- 
ard; music by Leo. E. Berliner. 7 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland#& 
co., New York. ' 1899, no. 15229, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Anticipation waltzes. (Freudige erwar- 
tungen.) By Rud. Knauer. 8 

Copyright by Max R. Hyman, Indian- 
apolis. 1899, no. 7440, Jan. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Anywhere with Jesus. Music by R. L. 

9 
Copyright bv Robert Lowry. Plain- 
field. N. J. 1899, no. 15826, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

April weather. Song for high voice in A 
flat. Words by Edna Proctor Clarke ; 
music by James H. Rogers. 10 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 15735, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

As Jesus prayed. Words by S. D. Phelps ; 
music by R. L. 11 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N.J. 1899, no. 15822, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

At a Darktown cake walk. Characteristic 
march, for piano, by Chas. Hale. 12 
Copyright by Chas. Hale, Philadel- 
phia. " 1899, no. 15814, Feb. 28; 2 copies 



At the door. Words by Una Locke; 
music by R. L. 13 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N.J. 1899, no. 15820, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 



Hymn anthem, by Fin- 
14 



Awake, my soul ! 
ley Lyon. 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12185, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Bapt^me de Clovis. Ode de Le'on XIII a la 
France. Musique de Theodore Dubois. 
Paris, Heugel et cie. 15 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 14820, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

Barcarolle. C. Chaminade: op. 7; ar- 
ranged for yiolin and piano by Gustav 
Saenger. 16 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 16005, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Bat (The). Lancers, from Job. Strauss' 
comic opera; arranged by Theo. Moses- 
Tobani: op. 366. 17 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16018, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Be good to yourself. Words and music 
by Ruby Clark. 18 

Copyright by Ruby Clark, Amster- 
dam, N. Y. 1899, no. 15811, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



Because. Medley waltz, for piano, ar- 
ranged by F. W. Meacham. 19 
Copyright bv M. Witmark &, sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 11273, Feb. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Beehive (The). (Das bienenhaus.) 
March, by H. J. Schneider; arranged 
for zither by D. Wormser. 20 

Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1898, no. 76580, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Bei den zigeunern. (The gipsy camp.) 
Kleine vortragsstucke, fiir pianoforte, 
von Charles Morley : op. 91, no. 16. 
Leipzig, Otto Forberg. 21 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 1482o, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

Belle (The) of society. Waltz, for piano, 
by James Hyde; arranged by Charles 
Gluck. 22 

Copyright by Albright music co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 16382, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Bells of Eastertide. Easter anthem. 
Words and music by E. G. Van Orsdell. 

23 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no". 12181, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Belshazzar. A dramatic cantata in 5 
acts. Libretto by C. R. Blackall; mu- 
sic by J. A. Butterfield. 24 
Copyright by Heirs of J. A. Butter- 
field, United States. 1899, no. 15176, 
Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Berkeley (The) club march, for the piano, 
by J. O. Brockenshire. 25 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 14787, Feb. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Bid me to live. Words by Robeit Her- 
rick ; music by James H. Rogers. High 
voice in E. 26 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 15729, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Birthday presents. Written and com- 
posed by George A. Stevens. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 27 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 



London. 1899, no. 10664, Feb. 



2 cop- 



ies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Blessed river. Words by Bonar; music 
by R. L. 28 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N.J. 1899, no. 15816, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Bridesmaid (The) march and two-step, 

by Leo Friedman. [Piano.] 29 

Copyright by Sol Bloom, Chicago. 

1899, no. 14178, Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 22, 1899. 

Bring her again to me. Words by W. E. 
Henley ; music by Frank Seymour Has- 
tings. 30 
Copyright by G-. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 14775, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

Brook (The) and the wave. Song, with 
pianoforte accompaniment, by Charles 
P. Scott. 31 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 15047, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

By your side. Song and chorus. Words 
by Sidnev E. Ellis; music by Alfred J. 
Kuttner." 32 

Copyright by Chas. H. Yale and Sid- 
ney R. Ellis, New York. 1898, no. 
38265, June 22 ; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 28, 
1898. 

Campanella. Charles P. Scott : op. 20, no. 
2. Piano. 33 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 15050, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Campin' on de ole Suwanee. A charac- 
teristic march, two-step, polka, or cake 
walk, by Lee Orean Smith. 34 

Copyright by Vandersloot music co., 
Williamsport, Pa. 1899, no. 10172, Feb. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Cantate, no. 6. Bleib'bei uns, denn es 
will abend werden, Joh. Seb. Bach. 
Fiir den konzertgebrauch bearbeitet, 
von Felix Mottl. Leipzig, Breitkopf 
& Hartel. 35 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 15109, Feb. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Caprice Slave, pour violon, avec accom- 

pagnement de piano, par Cesar Geloso. 

Paris, Enoch et cie. 36 

Copyright by Enoch & co., Paris. 

1899, no. 15114, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

' Feb. 25, 1899. 

Carnival fancies. March and two-step, 
by W. K. Bassford: op. 121, no. 2. 
Piano solo. 37 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15672, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Chapel (The) in the valley. Reverie, for 
the pianoforte, by H. Engelmann : op. 
371. 38 

Copyright by Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 14788, Feb. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Charge of cavalry. Galop militaire, 
composed by John C. Glomb. 39 

Copyright by John C. Glomb, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 15393, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Cheerful and serene. Froh und heiter, 
by C. Bohm: op. 99; edited and fin- 
gered by E. A.. Berg. 40 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15671, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Childhood's pictures. First pieces for 
piano pupils, by F. L. Eyer: op. 19. 

41 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 15692, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Chime, chime, chime. Easter carol. 
Music by A. F. Loud. 42 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 15246, Feb. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Christ arose. Quartet. Words by Neal 
A. McAulay; music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. 43 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899. no.12161, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Christ being raised. Easter anthem, by 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 44 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no.12167, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Christ is risen. Easter anthem. Words 
by Michael Weisse; music by George 
Marks Evans. 45 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12174, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Christ our Passover. Easter anthem, 

by E. L. Ashford. 46 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12175, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day. Anthem 
for Easter, by John Francis Barnett. 

47 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 16114, Mar. 1; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Conti u ued . 



Titles — Continued. 



Christ triumphant. Anthem, for solo and 

chorus, by C. H. Tebbs. 48 

Copyright bv Win. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 16272, Mar. 1; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Closer to Me. Words by Mrs. E. Prentiss ; 
music by R. L. 49 

Copyright bv Robert Lowry, Plain- 
held, N. j~. 1899, no. 15819, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Columbia (The) folio. Collection of se- 
lected standard and popular music for 
the Columbia zither, arranged by Julius 
H. Karp. Series A. 50 

Copyright by E. Saenger, New York. 
1899. no. 15188, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Come near unto Me. Words by Julia A. 
Mathews; music by R. L. 51 

Copyright by Robert Lowrv, Plain- 
field, N. J. 1899, no. 15827, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Come unto Me. Anthem, by J. M. Dun- 
gan. 52 

Anthem, by Chas. Edw. Prior. 53 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, nos. 12188, 12191, Feb. 11 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Come, ye children. Anthem for bass and 
tenor solo and chorus, by H. M. Higgs. 
London, Novello & co., ltd. 54 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 15786, Feb. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Complete (A) method for the mandolin, 
by J. A. Le Barge. 55 

Copyright by Wulschner & son, In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 15153, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1899. 



Consider the lilies. 
Lorenz. 



Anthem, by E. S. 
56 



Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12196, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Coon's (A) love story. By Ch. Armand; 
arranged by L. P. Laurendeau. Band. 

57 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, NewY r ork. 
1899, no. 16011, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Cor Jesu. Solo for bass or contralto, 
with organ or piano accompaniment, 
composed by Emile Karst. 58 

Copyright by Balmer & Weber mu- 
sic house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 15695, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Cotton pickin' jubilee. By Harry Gilbert. 

59 
Copyright by Tkiebes-Stierlin music 
co., St. Louis. l 1899, no. 15722, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Country (A) dance, by Wm, K. Bassford. 
Piano solo. 60 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 15667, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Crossing the bar. Words by Alfred Ten- 
nyson ; music by Wm. H. Pontius. Alto 
or baritone. 61 

Copyright by J. S. Fearis, Chicago. 
1899, no. 15245, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Cyrano de Bergerac waltzes, by Blanche 
Lillian Fischer ; arranged by Otto Auer- 
bach. 62 

Copyright by Lillian Blanche Fisch- 
er, Buffalo. 1899, no. 16042, Feb. 28 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Cyrano waltzes, arranged for 2 mandolins 
and guitar, by T. P. Trinkaus ; arranged 
for piano by F. W. Meacham. 63 

Copyright by M, Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 15053, Feb. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Dance of the blackbirds. Schottische, 

by Frank G. Baker. 64 

Copyright by risen & co., Cincinnati. 

1899, no. 15411, Feb. 27: 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

Dancing (The) bear. Blirentanz, by 
Bruno Wandelt: op. 8, no. 3; edited 
by Frank L. Eyer. Piano. 65 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 15687, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Danse pastorale. Air de ballet. C. 
Chaminade; arranged for violin and 
piano by Gustav Saenger. 66 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899. no. 16004, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb.' 28, 1899. 

Darktown is out to-night. (Clorindy.) 
Two-step, by Will Marion; arranged 
by Robt. Recker. Orchestra. 67 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 16267, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Dear old Tennessee. Descriptive ballad. 
Words by C. Randolph; music by Dos 
Cruger. 68 

Copyright by Dox Cruger, New York. 
1899, no. 15249, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Deutsche (Der) song. Festlied von Hans 
Hofmann, fur mannerchor mit beglei- 
tung des orchesters oder des pianoforte ; 
componirt von Felix Draeseke : op. 64. 
Partitur, orchesterstinimen, chorstim- 
men. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 69 

Copyright by Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no/l5102, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Difficulty. Fifteen studies for loosening 
the fingers for the pianoforte, by Felix 
Le Couppey; op. 25; revised, lingered, 
and annotated by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 

70 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 15185, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Dinorah. Selection from G. Meyerbeer's 
opera, by William F. Kretschmer: op. 
95. 71 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 16022, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Dort, wo mein mlitterchen mich sang zum 
schlummer ein, in jenem heimathsort 
mocht'ich begraben sein. Componirt 
von Otto von Walden : op. 110. Leip- 
zig, Otto Forberg. C. Ausgabe fiir 
dreistimmigen frauenchor (oder cer- 
zett) mit klavier begl. 72 

E. Ausgabe fiir eine hohe singstimme 

mit klavier begleitung. 73 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1898, nos. 14838, 14839, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Down in de valley of Suzanne. Words 
and melody by Dr. William M. Cate; 
arranged by Richard R. Trench. 74 

Copyright by Dr. William M. Cate, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 14773, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Down in sunny Alabama. Words and 
music by John Martin. 75 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 5590, Jan. 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Dramatic club march, two-step, by Cathe- 
rine M. Le Mastre. 76 
Copyright by Catherine M. Le Mas- 
tre, St. Louis. 1899, no. 15414, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Dreamy thought. Valse elegante. Ch. 
Godard ; arranged by L. P. Laurendeau. 
Orchestra. 77 

Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 16097, Mar. 1; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Drifting leaves waltz, by Samuel L. Jen- 
kins. 2 mandolins and guitar. 78 
Copvrigkt bv Samuel L. Jenkins, 
Philadelphia. '1899, no. 14627, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Duty (The) of a wife. Written and com- 
posed by Murray and Leigh. Lon- 
don, Charles Sheard & co. 79 
Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1899, no. 15105, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Easter alleluia. Duet, for soprano or 

tenor and alto, by E. L. Ashford. 80 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12163, Feb. 11 ; 2 conies 

rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Easter day. Words by Mrs. David O. 
Paige; music by Mrs. Allan Howard 
Frazer. 81 

Copyright by David O. Paige, De- 
troit. 1899, no. 16152, Mar. 1 ; 2 cop 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Easter gladness. Hymn anthem. Words 
by Anna Chichester; music by E. S. 
Lorenz. 82 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12166, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Easter hallelujah. Words by Chas. Wes- 
ley ; music by E. S. Lorenz. 83 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12162, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Echo (The) in the heart. Words by 
Henry Van Dyke; music by Frank 
Seymour Hastings. 84 

Copyright by G. Schirmer. New York. 
1899, no. 14779, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

ETegie, for violin and piano, by Henri 

Ern: op. 20. 85 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 14778, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 23, 1899. 

Empire state march, by Alfred H. Aarons. 

86 
Copyright by Henry P. Vogel, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 1899, no. 14622, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Erinnerungen. Reminiscences. F ii r 
grosses orchester, von Ludwig Bonvin : 
op. 31. Partitur. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & II artel. 87 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 15248, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Eveniug chimes. Abendglocken, by Carl 
Heins: op. 201; revised and lingered 
by E. A. Berg. Piano. 88 

Copyright by Theodore Pressor, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899. no. 15675, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Excuse me. Words by Ed. Rogers; mu- 
sic by Seymour Furth. 89 
Copyright by Ed. Rogers, New York. 
1899, no. 7885, Jan. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

Fantaisiepatriotiqne. Americaine. no. 
2. J. B. Singelee ; arranged by Gustav- 
Saenger: op. 63, for violin and piano. 

90 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no.' 16007, Feb. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Fantaisie religieuse. J. B. Singelee; ar- 
ranged by Gustav Saenger: op. 72, for 
violin and piano. 91 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no'. 16001, Feb. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 



Father, forgive. Tenor or soprano solo, 
by George H. Beiser. 92 

Copyright by Geo. H. Beiser, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 15405, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Fifteen studies in mechanism. Preface 
to Czerny's studies in velocity for the 
pianoforte, by Felix Le Couppey: op. 
26; revised, lingered, and annotated 
by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 93 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 15186, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Finkenschlag. Gottfried Angerer: op. 
79. (Gedicht von Fritz Rohrer.) Miin- 
nerchore. Leipzig, Luckhardt's mu- 
sik-verlag. 94 

Copyright by Luckhardt's musik- 
verlag", Leipzig. 1899, no. 15103, Feb. 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

"Fire away" galop, by Wm. Bendix. 

Orchestra. 95 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 16269, Mar. 1; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Five miniatures. Songs without words, 

for the piano, by A. Schmoll: op. 102. 

no. 6. Cuckoo's call. Coucou! 96 
no. 7. After the carnival. Le reveil 

de pierrot. 97 

no. 8. The swallow. L'hirondelle. 

98 
no. 9. Pouting Johnny. Jean qui 

boude. 99 

18112— Vol. 19, No. 1 3 



Five miniatures. Songs without words, 
for the piano, by A. Schmoll: op. 102. 
no. 10. Laughing Jennie. Jeannette 
qui rit. 100 

Copyright l>v Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, nos. 15679-15683, Feb. 
27; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Flight of the butterflies. Dance charac- 
teristique, by Rud. Knauer. 101 

Copyright bv Max R. Hyman, In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 7441, Jan. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Flo, the waterman's daughter. Written 
by J. P. Harrington; composed by Geo. 
Le Brnnn. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 102 

Copyright bv Francis, Day &. Hun- 
ter, Loudon. '1899. no. 10661, Feb. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Frank David's cake walk and two-step; 

for piano, by Frank David. 103 

Copyright by Metropolitan music 

co., Minneapolis. 1899, no. 6362, Jan. 

17 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

From foreign lands. (2.) German. M. 
Moszkowski; arranged by William F. 
Kretschraer. Orchestra. 104 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. , 1899, no. 16023, Feb. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Fiinf gedichte fur baritonstimme, mit 
klavier-begleitung in musik gesetzt, 
von Hans Richard. Leipzig, W. Sal- 
zer. no. 1. Horch ! wie still es wird. 
(Nic Lenan.) 105 

no. 2. Heute in der morgenfruhe. 

(KarlHenckell.) 106 

no. 3. Miidchen mit dem roten- 

miindchen. (Heine.) 107 

no. 4. So hast du ganz und gar ver- 

gessen. (Heine.) 108 

no. 5. Ini bush. (Heinr. von Reder.) 

109 
Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899, nos. 14829-14832,14828, Feb. 24; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Fiinf lieder, fur eine singstimme, mit 
klavier-begleitung, componirt von 
Richard Strauss: op. 39; English ver- 
sion by John Bernhoff. Tief. Leip- 
zig, Rob. Forberg. no. 1. Leises lied. 
(Silent longing.) 110 

no. 2. Jung hexenlied. (Home.) 

Ill 

no. 3. Der arbeitsmanu. (The 

workman.) 112 

— no. 4. Befreit. (Death, the re- 
leaser.) 113 

— no. 5. Lied an meinen sohn. (To 
my son.) 114 

Copyright by Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, nos. 16104-16108, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Gavotta, no. 2, by J. W. Lerman. 115 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 8136, Jan. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Gavotte, pour le piano, par Auguste 
Pierret: op. 13. Paris, A. Durand et 

tils. 116 

Copyright by A. Durand et fils, 
Paris. 1899, no. 15301, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Gay Atlantic City. March, by James M. 
Fulton. Orchestra. 117 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 14637% Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Gently, Lord, O gently lead us. Sacred 
song for mezzo-soprano or baritone. 
Music by P. A. Schnecker. 118 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15242, Feb. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25. 1899. 
Geranium schottische, for piano, four 
hands, by A. H. Ro Sewig. 119 

Copyright by National music co., 
Chicago. 1899,no. 1994, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Gipsy song, by Alexander S. Thompson. 

120 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 15051, Feb. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 
Go forward. Words by S. A. Templeton; 
music by F. A. Graves. 121 

Copyright by F. A. Graves, Chicago. 
1899, no. 16260, Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 
God is love. Hymn anthem, by Finley 
Lyon. 122 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12170, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 
Golden (The) bridge. Song in E flat. 
Words by Ellis Walton; music by L. 
Denza. London, Metzler & co., ltd. 

123 

Copyright by L. Denza, London. 

1899, no. 9230*, Feb. 2; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 2, 1899. 

Golden wedding minuet. Grossvater 

tanzt, by G. Garganoff: op. 25, no. 4. 

124 
Copyright by Theodore Pressor, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15684, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Good-bye (A). Song for high voice in A. 
Words by Edna Proctor Clarke; music 
by James H. Rogers. 125 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 15734, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Graces (The). By Gustav Wartenstein: 
op. 1; edited by Frank L. Eyer. Pi- 
ano. 126 
Copyright by Theodore Pressor, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15688, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Great (The) ruby waltz, by John J. 

Dunn. 127 

Copyright bv T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 11362, Feb. 8; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Guide me, O thou great Jehovah. Sa- 
cred song for mezzo-soprano or bari- 
tone. Music by P. A. Schnecker. 128 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15241, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Guiding (The) star. Overture, by Emil 

Ascher. Orchestra. 129 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no. 16010, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Happy-go-lucky. Barn dance, by Ernest 
F. Hampton. London, Francis, Day 
& Hunter. 130 

Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 10666, Feb. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Has anyone seen our cat? Written and 
composed by Frank Leo. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 131 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 10660, Feb. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

He stands at the helm. Poem by W. V. 
B. Thompson; music by Frederick 
Locke Lawrence. Toronto, Whaley, 
Royce & co. 132 

Copyright by Whaley, Royce & co., 
Toronto, Canada. 1899, no. 15093, Feb. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 7, 1899. 

Heart of my heart. Words by Mary 

Parks; music by F. C. Robinson. 133 

Copyright by F. Trifet, Boston. 1899, 

no. 14752, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 

27, 1899. 

Hearts to heaven and voices raise. Words 
by Christopher Wordsworth ; music bv 
W. A. H. Hinnershitz. 134 

Copyright by S. S. board of Ref. 
church, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16040, 
Feb. 28i 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Heavenly (The) song. Solo, with chorus 
for mixed voices. Words by Claude 
Lyttleton; music by Hamilton Gray; 
arranged by F. C. Macy. 135 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 15732, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Heavenward iThe) side. Words by 
Clement Tomlin ; music by William 
Cashmore. 136 

Copyright by C. Tomlin and Wm. 
Cashmore, Gorham. Me. 1899. no. 15401, 
Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27. 1899. 

Here am I. Words by Mrs. Annie S. 

Hawks: music byR.L. 137 

Copyright bv Robert Lowrv. Plain- 

neld.N. J. 1899, no. 15825. Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

High (A) oil time in Dixie. An up-to- 
date cake walk, bv Geo. Schleiffarth. 

138 
Copyright bv Albright music co., 
Chicago/ 1899, no. 16381. Mar. 2: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

High-toned colored ball. A descriptive 
song, with a continuous chorus, by 
Nathan Bivins. 139 

Copyright by Geo. Willig & co.. Bal- 
timore'. 1899. no. 15720, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Hirtenstandchen. (Shepherd's sere- 
nade.) Charakterstiick far pianoforte, 
componirt von Otto von Walden: op. 
118. Leipzig. Otto Forberg. 140 

Cojivrigkt by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 14833. Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

Honey on de rag. Characteristic march, 
for pianoforte, by Alonzo F. Burt. 141 
Copvright by Harrv Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1899. no. 16256. Mar. 1 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Honey, you done gone foolish. Words 
by Malcolm Williams; music by 
Domenic A. Sarli. 142 

Copyright by D. A. Sarli. St. Louis. 
1899. no. 15408. Feb. 27: 2 copies rec'd 
Feb.' 27, 1899. 

Hot corn. A plantation jubilee, by Paul 
Eno. Banjo, mandolin, and guitar 
club. 143 

Copvright bv Stewart A; Bauer, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16274, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Houlette et fuseau. Petite piece bueo- 
liqne dans le style ancien, pour le 
piano, par Auguste Pierret: op. 16. 
Paris. A. Dnrand et his. 144 

Copyright by A. Durand & fils, Paris. 
1899, no. 15302, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 27, 1899. 

How calm and beautiful. Sacred duet 
for soprano and tanor. Words and 
music by E. K. Heyser. 145 

Copvright bv Echo music co., La Fay- 
ette, lnd. 1899. no. 15239, Feb. 25;"2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



Hulloa ! hulloa ! ! hulloa ! ! ! Written by 
Geo. Rollit; composed by Geo. Le 
Brunn. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. ' 146 

Copyright bv Francis. Day & Hun- 
ter. London. 1899, no 10662. Feb. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Human hearts. Mazurka, for piano, by 
Victor Cassler. 147 

Copyright by J. Charlton Smith, In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 7128, Jan. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27. 1899. 

I am looking for my sweetheart. Words 
bv Harrv S. Marion; music bv Morris 
May. ' 148 

Copyright by Consolidated music 
publishers' association, inc., New- 
York. 1899, no. 9841. Feb.l: 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28. 1899. 

I cau not help loving thee. Arthur L. 
Brown: op. 24. 149 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 15674, Feb.' 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

I love another love! (Ballad.) Written 
by A. J. Mills; composed by Albeit 
Perry. London, Francis, Fay & 

Hunter. 150 

Copyright bv Francis. Dav & Hunter, 
London. ]899, no. 10669, Feb. 6 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

I love my little honey. Polka, arranged 

for orchestra, by W. H. Mackie. 151 

Copvright In- M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 15057, Feb. 24: 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

I wants my Hannah. By Al Johns. 152 
Copvright bv F. A. Mills. New York. 
1899. no. 15236."" Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

I will lift up mine eves. Anthem, by 

J. A. Parks. 153 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz. Davton, 

Ohio. " 1899, no. 121*7, Feb. 11; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

If I were you. Song, in E flat, by Clay- 
ton Johns. 154 
Copvright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
lelphia. 1899, no. 1094" 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

— Song, in G, by Clayton Johns. 155 
Copvright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899. no. 14789, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

If the world belonged to me. Words by 
Wm. C. Campbell; music by Paul Ga- 
briel: op. 5. 156 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia.^ 1899, no. 15685, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Fll be a sister to you. Waltz, arranged 
by F. Beyer, for "band. 157 

For orchestra. 158 

Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, nos. 12838, 12840, Feb. 16; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

I'll oblige. Written and composed by 
A. J. Mills and Harry Castling. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 159 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 10663, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

I'm livin' easy. By Irving Jones. 160 
Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1899, no. 15237, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Impromptu, for piano, by Hugo Eein- 
hold: op. 28, no. 2; critically revised, 
with reference to notation, fingering, 
and marks of expression, by Heinrich 
Germer. 161 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 16091, Mar. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Improvisation, pour le grand orgue, par 

E. Bouichere. Paris, Le Beau. 162 

Copyright by Le Beau, Paris. 1899, 

no. 14821, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 

24 3 1899. 

In der sennhiitte. (In the chalet.) 
Kleinevortragsstucke. fur pianoforte, 
von Charles Morley: op. 91, no. 15. 
Leipzig, Otto Forberg. 163 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 14824, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

In dreams I think of thee. Words by 
W. Murdoch Lind; music by W. Shep- 
pard Camp. 164 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1899, no. 11906, Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

In the gipsy camp. Im zigeunerlager. 
For piano, by Fr. Behr: op. 424, no. 3; 
critically revised, with reference to 
notation, fingering, and marks of ex- 
pression, by Heinrich Germer. 165 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 16094, Mar 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

In the valley. Words by Mrs. Annie A. 
Hawks; music by JR. L. 166 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J. 1899, no. 15824, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

In Thee, O God, do I put my trust. 
Sacred song for alto. Music by Max 
Spicker : op. 48. 167 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 14783, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

In Pekin. Chinese waltz, by William 

Loraine. 168 

Copyright by Hugo V. Schlam, New 

York. 1899, no. 14749, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

In sheltered nook. Words by Elizabeth 
K. Reynolds ; music by E. R. Kroeger. 

169 
Copyright by J. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 72034, Dec. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

In Vienna. Charles P.Scott: op. 20, no. 
1. Piano. 170 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15048, Feb. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

" Intermezzo sinfonico," from Cavalleria 
Rusticana, by P. Mascagni. Cornet and 
piano. 171 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16006, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Irish (The) swell. Waltz, arranged for 

orchestra, by W. H. Mackie. 172 

Copyright by M. Wifmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 15056, Feb. 24: " 

copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

It is the hour. Song. Words by Byron ; 
music by Alois Volkmer. no. 1 in B 
flat. 173 

Copyright bv Enoch & sons, London. 
1899, no. 15110", Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

I've scratched you off ma list. Schot- 
tische, arranged by F. Beyer, for band. 

174 
Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 12837, Feb. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Jacob's easy guitar folio, no. 1. 22 origi- 
nal solos and dtiets for guitar, by vari- 
ous composers. 175 
Copyright by Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
1899, no. 16171, Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Jeremiah's symphony. Rao-time march, 
two-step, and cake walk, by Wm. C. 
Stahl. Piano solo. 176 

Copyright by Wm. C. Stahl, Milwau- 
kee. 1899, no.'l5416, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Jerusalem, the golden. Hymn anthem. 
Words by Bernard of Cluuy ; music by 
E. S. Lorenz. 177 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12180, Feb. 11 j 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Jesus' garden. Words by Mrs. David O. 
Paige; music by Mrs. Allan Howard 
Frazer. 178 

Copyright bv David O. Paige, De- 
troit. " 1899, do. 16151, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Jesus glorified. Written and composed 

by Wm. B. Godfrey. 179 

Copyight bv Wm. B. Godfrey, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16154, Mar. 1; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Jesuslied, fiir eine singstimme mit 
begleitung des pianoforte, oder der 
orgel; componirt von Eugen Hildach: 
op. 23. Ausgabe fiir hohe stimme. 
Magdeburg, Heinriehshofen's verlag. 

180 
Copyright by Heinriehshofen's ver- 
lag, Madgeburg, Germany. 1899, no. 
15101, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 
1899. 

Joyous (The) bells. Easter carol. Words 
by Julia North Hall; music by A. F. 
Loud. 181 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 15247, Feb. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Keep a-goin'! Part-song. Words by 
Thomas MacKeller; music by Karl 
Linders. For mixed voices. 182 

For male voices. 183 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston'. 1899,nos. 16277, 16278, 
Mar. 1 ; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Killarney. Guitar solo; arranged by 

Frank Napton. 184 

Copyright by Frank Napton, Boston. 

1899, no. 15403, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

King (The) of glory. Anthem, by J. A. 

Parks. 185 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12172, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lac (Le) des fees. (Fairy lake.) Over- 
ture, by D. F. E. Auber; arranged by 
Theo. Moses Tobani. Orchestra. 186 
Copyright by Curl Fischer, New 
York. ' 1899. no. 16009, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Lead, kindly light. Sacred song, for 
soprano or tenor, by P. A. Schnecker* 

187 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15243, Feb. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Leiden (Das) Christi. Geistliche tri- 
logie, fiir gesang und orchester, von 
Don Lorenzo Perosi ; klavierauzsng, mit 
text, von Gaetano Luporini. Milan, 
G. Ricordi & co. 188 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., Milan, 
Italy. 1899, no. 15112, Feb. 25; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Let the Master in. Words by S. D. 
Phelps; music by R. L. 189 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N.J. 1899, no. 15829, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Letzte (Die) loge. The last lodge. 
Gedicht von H. Griinig. Fiir baryton, 
mit pianoforte, orgel oder harmonium 
begleitung, von Albert Werkenthin; 
English version by Miss Florence Mar- 
shall. Berlin, Carl Simon. Ausgabe 
A, mit pianoforte. 190 

Ausgabe B, mit harmonium. 191 

Copyright by Carl Simon, Berlin. 
1899, nos. 15310, 15311. Feb. 27; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Life's mystery. Song in C minor. Words 
by Florence Hoare ; music by Joseph L. 
Roeckel. 192 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 14519, Feb. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Light and shadow. Arranged from C. 
Gurlitt: op. 140, for the pianoforte. 

193 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15691, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Linger no longer. Words and music by 
R. Lowry. 194 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J. 1899, no. 15817, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Lisonjera (La). (The flatterer). C. 
Chaminade; arranged for violin and 
piano by Gustav Saenger. 195 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 16002, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 29, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Little children, you. may come. Words 
by Julia A. Mathews; music by E. L. 

196 
Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J. 1899, no. 15823, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Little fantasies, for the piano, by Ed 
Poldini; edited by Carl Hoffman. 
Harlequin. Hanswurst. 197 

General Bum Bum. 198 

The triumphant Amazons. Sieg- 

reiche Amazonen. 199 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 15676-15678, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Little (The) mother. Waltz, arranged 
for orchestra, by W. H. MacMe. 200 
Copright by M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 1899, no. 15055, Feb. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Little Robin polka, by J. Lawrence 
Ritchie. Piccolo solo, with piano ac- 
companiment. 201 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 15712, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Little temples. Words by Mrs. David O. 
Paige; music by Mrs. Allan Howard 
Frazer. 202 

Copyright by David O. Paige, 
Detroit. 1899, no. 16153, Mar. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Lord (The) is my light. By A. W. Lan- 
sing. 203 
Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. "1899, no. 15730, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Louisiana (The) tiger's march. The 
heroes of Miami. By Blanche Vauri- 
gaud. 204 

Copy right by Henri Wehrmann, New 
Orleans. 1899, no. 15410, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27. 1899. 

Love's proposal. Waltz, arranged by 
Theo. M. Tobani. Piano. 205 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16003, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Lullaby. Words by Mrs. David O. Paige ; 
music by Mrs. Allan Howard Frazer. 

206 
Copyright by David O. Page, Detroit, 
1899, no. 16150, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Majestic. March, by Charles P. Scott : op. 
20, no. 3. Piano. 207' 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15049, Feb. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Make wav for Cindy. Cake walk, by A. 
C. Severance. 208 

Copyright by Joseph Flanner, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 14625, Feb. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Mamma, don't be cross with me. Medley 
waltz, arranged by F. Beyer, for band. 

209 
Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 12839, Feb. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

March of the monks, by J. W. Lerman. 

210 
Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 8135, Jan. 25; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Mariposa (La.). The butterfly. Dance 

characteristic, by Wm. H. Tyers. 211 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 10450, Feb. 3 ; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Masque (The) of May. Action cantata, 
written by M. C. Gillington; composed 
by Lionel Elliott. Vocal score. Lon- 
don, Joseph Williams. 212 
Copyright by Joseph Williams, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 16088, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Matinee (The) girl. March and two- 
step, by Wm. Edward Todd, jr. 213 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, 'no. 15044, Feb. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Mazurka caprice, for the piano, by A. 

Ferner. 214 

Copyright by Theodore Pressor, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15666, Feb. 27; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Me"clee. Suite d'orchestre, d'apres la 
tragedie de Catulle Mendes, par Vin- 
cent d'lndy; op. 47; transcription a 
4 mains par A. Benfeld. Paris, A. Du- 
rand & tils. 215 

Partition d'orchestre. Paris. A. 

Durand & fils. ' 216 

Copyright by Durand & fils, Paris. 
1899, nos. 15303, 15300, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Medley schottische, " When mammy 
rocks her little one to sleep," and 
tl Mammy's little angel boy," arranged 
by L. O. Dcwitt. Orchestra. 217 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16016, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Medley waltz, " Pretty smiling Ella," 
and "Pollv, I love but you," arranged 
by Carl Engel. Orchestra. 218 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16017, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Melody in G. no. 1. For violin and 
piano, by Auguste Van Biene. Lon- 
don, Egerton & co. 219 
Copvright by Egerton & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 16087, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Menuet, by H. Scholz: op. 4; edited and 
fingered by Thos. a' Becket. 220 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, ''• 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 15670, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Michaele's song, from the tragedy of ' 
"Little Italy," by Horace B. Fry; 
Italian words by A. Amadeo. 221 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & S 
co., New York. 1899, no. 15233, Feb. ! 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Mid silks and satins. Lanciers, bv F. H. J 
Fulford. ' 222 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 15232, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Miss Phelps climbed the Alps. Comic 
song and chorus. Words by Karl 
Kennett; music by Lyn Udall. ' 223 
Copyright bv Howlev, Haviland & 
co., New York. " 1899, no. 15227, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Missus Jawg' Augustus Lee. Coon soug. [ 
Words and music by Edward W. Miller. 
Toronto, Whaley, Royce & co. 221 j 

Copyright bv Whaley, Royce & co., 
Toronto. 1899, no. 15092, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 7, 1899. 

Mixer (The). Two-step march, by W. C. 
Roehm. 225 j 

Copyright by Geo. Willig & co., Bal- ! 
timore. 1899, no. 15721, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Momento giojoso. Morceau poetique, by 
M. Moszkowski: op. 42, no. 3; revised; 
and fingered by C. von Sternberg. 226 ! 

Copyright bv Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia," 1899, no. 15689, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Moonlight (The) cake walk, for piano- 
forte, by Frances Waterman. 227 
Copyright by Frances Waterman, 
Burlington, Vt. 1899, no. 14424, Feb. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Morena (La). Caprice Espagnole, by C. 
Chaminade; arranged for violin and 
piano by Gustav Saenger. 228 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 15997, Feb. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Mountain of the Lord. Words and music 
by R. L. 229 

Copvright by Robert Lowrv, Plain- 
field, N. J. 1899, no. 1~821, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Mr. Coon, vou're all right in your place. 

Bob Cole and Billy Johnson. 230 

Copvright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 15231, Feb. 25 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

My Caroline. Words and music by 
Joseph Sharpies, jr. 231 

Copyright bv Joseph Sharpies, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 1899, no. 14753, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

My coal-black queen. Coon song and 
cake walk. Words and music by Geo. 
H. Holland and J. H. Warner. 232 

Copyright bv J. H. Warner, Marl- 
boro, Mass. 1899, no. 14468, Feb. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

My dearest one. Words and melody by 
Dr. William M. Cate; arranged by- 
Richard R. Trench. 233 
Copyright by Dr. William M. Cate, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 14772, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

My Honolulu queen. Words by James 

O'Dea; music by William Penii. 234 

Copvright by Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 

1899, no. 14179, l Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

My old Kentucky home. By Stephen 
C. Foster; arranged for zither by D. 
Wormser. 235 

Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1898, no. 76581, Dec. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

My old Virginia home. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by W. H. Assheton. 

236 
Copvright bv George L. Spaulding, 
New York. 1899, no. 14225, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

My wedding bells. By Miss Rose Fritz. 
Guitar solo or duet. 237 

Copvright by Rose Fritz, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 15714, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

My wild Irish rose. Waltz, arranged for 

orchestra, by W. H. Mackie. 238 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 15054, Feb. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Mystery. Valse caprice, by Paul Wachs ; 
annotated, revised, and lingered by 
Chas. W. Landon. 239 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 15693, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Name the wedding day. Words by Chas. 
F. Ernst ; music by H. A. Franzmathes. 

240 

Copyright by H. A. Franzmathes and 

Chas. F. Ernst. Kansas City. 1899, no. 

16158, Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

O clap your hands ! Anthem, by Chas. H. 

Gabriel. 241 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12190, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

O eyes that are weary. Sacred song, by 
F. H. Bracket. In A flat. 242 

In F. 243 

In B flat. 244 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 15697-15699, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

" O Lamb of God." Sacred song for so- 
prano or tenor. Words by Jas. Geo. 
Deck ; music by Louis C. Jacoby. 245 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 14774, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 23, 1899. 

O Lord, how manifold. Anthem, by Fin- 
ley Lyon. ' 246 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 12176, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

" Odalisque." Turkish march, by Wil- 
liam F. Kretschner : op. 90. 247 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 
1899, no. 15998, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Oh, captain! my captain! Song. Words 
by Walt Whitman; music by Charles 
Wood. 248 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899,no. 15314, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 27, 1899. 

Oh! if mamma only knew. Written and 
composed by Lawrence Barclay and 
Fred. Murray. London, Francis, Day 
& Hunter. 249 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 10665, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Olcott's lullaby, by Chauncey Olcott; 
arranged for zither by Geo. Lechler. 

250 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 18"9, no. 15059, Feb. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Old (The) farmhouse on the hill. Song 
and refrain. Words and music by J. 
W. Lerman. 251 

Copyright by Union mutual music 
and novelty co., New York. 1899, no. 
15719, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Old (The) fashioned rocking chair. By 
A. S. Josselyn. 252 

Copyright by James B. Allen, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 1899, no. 14786, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Old Fort Porter. March and two-step, 
by F. D. Bloomheld. 253 

Copyright by F. D. Bloomheld & co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 15234, Feb. 25 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Old glory waltz, composed by Rosemary 
Estelle McCormick. 254 

Copyright bv Rosemary Estelle Mc- 
Cormick, Pittsburg. 1899, no. 15398, 
Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Omdurman march, for piano, by Mrs. 
James Orr. 255 

Copyright by Mrs. James Orr, Can- 
ada. 1899, no. 14819, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

On our way rejoicing. Hymn anthem. 
Words by F. R. Havergal; music by 
W. J. Baltzell. 256 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12197, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

On the mead. Auf der weise. For 
piano, by Heinrich Lichner: op. 95, 
no. 2; critically revised, with reference 
to notation, fingering, and marks of 
expression, by Heinrich Germer. 257 
Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 16092, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

One at a time. Written by Murray and 
Leigh ; composed by George Le Brunn. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 258 
Copvright by Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter, London. i899, no. 10667,' Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

One morning in May. Song. Words by 
Alfred Perceval Graves; music by 
Charles Wood. 259 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 15313, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Open ye the gates. Full anthem and 

solo, by C. H. Tebbs. 260 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 16273, Mar. 1 ; 2 

copies rec 7 d Mar. 1, 1899. 

Oregon, queen of the sea. Two-step, for 

piano, by Frances B. Robinson. 261 

Copyright by F. Trifet, Boston. 

1899, no. 1475 1, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

Organ (The). Selections for the reed or 
pipe organ. v. 10, no. 56. Mar., 
1899. 262 

Copyright by George Molineux, New 
York/ 1899, no. 14479, Feb. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Oster-hymne. Solo, mit orgelbegleitung, 

von H. Breitenbach: op. 115. 263 

Copyright by A. Bendel, Reading, Pa. 

1899, no. 14878, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

Our heroes homeward march, composed 

by John Griffin. Piano. 264 

Copyright by John Griffin, Pittsburg. 

1899, no. 15396, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 22, 1898. 

Palms (The). (Les rameaux.) By F. 
Faure; arranged for zither by D. 
Wormser. 265 

Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1898, no. 76579, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

Paola. Grand valse, pour piano, par A. 
de Trabadelo. Paris, Enoch & cie. 

266 
Copyright by A. de Trabadelo, Paris. 
1899, no. 15115, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Persian (The) girls. Written by Chas. 
Deane and Harry Boden ; composed by 
Chas. Deane. London, Francis, DaV 
& Hunter. 267 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 10668, Feb. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Pilgrims of the night. Sacred song, by 

E. W. Hanscom. 268 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 15045, Feb. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Pittsburg high-school march and two- 
step, by Mary Geyer. 269 
Copyright by Mary Geyer, Pittsburg. 
1899, no. 15397, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 22, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Place (The) where I was born. By A. S. 
Josselyn. 270 

Copyright bv James B. Allen, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 1899, no. 14785, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Pleasant are Thy courts above. Sacred 
duet, for soprano and tenor, by Frank 
H. Brackett. 271 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 14748, Feb. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Plunkville (The) serenade. Negro char- 
acteristic, by L. P. Laurendean. Band. 

272 

Orchestra. 273 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, nos. 16012, 16020, Feb. 28; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Polish dance, for piano, by H. J. Taylor. 

London, Weekes & co. 274 

Copyright bv Weekes & co., London. 

1899, no. 15299", Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

Possum (De) hunt. Coon song, in rag- 
time, by Harvey Johns. 275 
Copyright by John O. Sheatz, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 14877, Feb. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Post (Die). (The mail coach.) Kleine 
vortragsstiicke, fiir pianoforte, von 
Charles Morley : op. 91, no. 18. Leip- 
zig, Otto Forberg. 276 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 14827, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

Praise ye Jehovah's name. Anthem, by 
Wm. Edie Marks. 277 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 12173, Feb. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Psalm (A) of life. Words by Longfellow; 
music by E. W. Hanscom. Mixed 
voices. 278 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 16275, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

" Quick action" galop, by J. Zimmer- 

mann. Orchestra. 279 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 16268, Mar. 1; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Rag-time Liz. Intro. This wedding 
can not be. Arranged for band by W. 
H. Mackie. 280 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no.' 16266, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Kemember the " Maine." Song and cho- 
rus. Words by Jessie M. Soper; mu- 
sic by Horace R. Basler. 281 
Copyright bv H. R. Basler, Pitts- 
burg. 1899, no.' 15395, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 

Reporter (The) march, by Jas. M. Ful- 
ton. Orchestra. 282 
Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 16259, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Ride on in majesty. Hymn anthem. 
Words by Henry M. Milman; music by 

E. S. Lorenz. 283 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12194, Feb. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Rifted (The) rock. Words by L. T. H. ; 
music by R. L. 284 

Copyright bv Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J. 1899, no. 15828, Feb. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Risen (The) Lord. Anthem by C. W. 
Greene. 285 

Copyright by B.F.Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 15696, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Risurrezione di Christo. Oratorio, in due 
parti per canto ed orchestra, composto 
da Don Lorenzo Perosi; riduzione per 
canto e pianoforte di Ugo Solazzi. 
Milan, G. Ricordi & co. 286 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co., Milan, 
Italy. 1899, no. 16113, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Romping with Irene. Words and music 
by John P. Newell. 287 

Copyright by John P. Newell, New- 
ton, Iowa. 1899, no. 15412, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Rose (La). Intermezzo, by EmilAscher. 

For orchestra. 288 

For pianoforte. 289 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, nos. 15999, 16000, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 

each rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Ruby, come be ma baby. Words and 
music by Richard Hanch. 290 

Copyright by Albright music co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16380, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

" Salute to nations." Waltz, by William 

F. Kretschmer: op. 96. Orchestra. 291 
Copyright by CarlFischer, New York. 

1899, no. 16008, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Savannah Lou. Words by Fred Ray- 
mond; music by Harry S. Marion. 292 
Copyright by Hugo Y. Schlam, New 
York. 1899, no. 14750, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Saxton's new method for the guitar. 
Originated by Harry A. Saxton ; com- 
piled by J. Henry Brady. 293 
Copyright by Wulschner & son, In- 
dianapolis. 1899, no. 15152, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1899. 

Scarf dance. Pas des £charpes. For 
piano, by C. Chaminade: op. 37 (air de 
ballet, no. 3) ; critically revised, with 
reference to notation, fingering, and 
marks of exx>ression, by Heinrich Ger- 
mer. 294 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 16093, Mar. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Scene lyrique for violin and piano, by 

Henri Em: op. 19. 295 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 14777, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 23, 1899. 

Sechs lieder, fur eine singstimme mit 
begleitung des pianoforte, von Eugen 
d' Albert : op. 19. Berlin, N. Simrock. 
no. 1. Das heilige feuer. The sacred 
fire. 296 

no. 2. Robin Adair. 297 

no. 3. Er ist's. Spring is here. 298 

no. 4. Was treibst du wind. To the 

wind. 299 

no. 5. Ein stiindlein wohl vor tag. 

An hour before the day. 300 

no. 6. Friihlingsnacht. A spring 

night. 301 

Copyright by N. Simrock, Berlin. 
1899, nos. 8985-8990, Jan. 30; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Secret (The) wish. Waltz, by Fidelis 
Zitterbart. Piano duet. 302 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 15694, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Seek ye the Lord. Anthem, by E. L. Ash- 
ford. 303 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12189, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Send out Thy light. Hymn anthem, by 
Charles Fonteyn Manney. 304 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 15731. Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Service (The) of holy communion, set to 
music in the key of G, by Hobart B. 
Whitney. 305 

Copyright bv Hobart B. Whitney, 
New York. 1899, no. 11540, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Shadowtown ferry. Song. no. 1 in G. 
Words by Frederick News ; music by 
Florence Gilbert. 306 

Copyright by Enoch and sons, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 15787, Feb. 28; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

She is more to be pitied than censured 
March and two-step, by Wm. B. Gray; 
arranged by F. Beyer for orchestra. 

307 
Copyright by J. W. Pepper, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 12811, Feb. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

She used to love her honey, but she 
doesn't no more. Words by George 
Hammond; music by D. A. Sarli. 308 
Copyright by D. A. Sarli, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 15407, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 27, 1899. 

She was born in old Virginia. Words by 
J. Vickery Langhorne; music by Rob- 
ert E. Whittemore. 309 
Copvright by J. V. Langhorne, Nor- 
folk, Va. 1898, no. 57422, Sept. 29 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb, 22, 1899. 

Shepherdess. Song. Words by R. H. 
Elkin; music by A. L. no. 1 in B 
flat. 310 

Copyright bv Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. '16112, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'dMar. 1, 1899. 

"Shoa." Abyssinian march, by L. P. 

Laurendeau. Band. 311 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 

York. 1899, no." 16015, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Shout unto God ! Anthem, by J. Wesley 

Hughes. 312 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1 899, no. 12193, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Silent (The) land. Bass solo and cho- 
rus. Words by H. W. Longfellow; 
music by Alfred E. Little. 313 

Copyright bv Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16271, Mar. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Sing we alleluia! Anthem for Children's 

day, by E. L. Ashford. 314 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12168, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Six Easter carols. Words and music bv 

Hobart B. Whitney. 315 

Copvright by Hobart B. Whitney, 

New York. 1899, no. 11541, Feb. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 23, 



Slavonic dance, no. 8, by A. Dvorak; ar- 
ranged by William F. Kretschmer. 
Orchestra' 316 

Copyright bv Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16024, Feb. 28; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Slumber song, for women's voices. 
Friedrich Kiicken; arranged bv Frank 
J. Smith. 317 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 15733, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Smart polka, pour piano, par Rudolphe 

Berger. Paris, Enoch <& cie. 318 

Copyright by Enoch & cie, Paris. 

1899, no. "15113, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 25, 1899. 

Smoky Sam. Characteristic two-step, 
by S. M. Roberts; arranged by L. P. 
Laurendeau. 319 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16013, Feb. 28;' 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Society march, by H. Engelmann : op. 

332. Piano, four hands. 320 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 1899. no. 15673, Feb. 27 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Soldiers' chorus, from " Faust," by Ch. 
Gounod; arranged by L. P. Lauren- 
deau. Band. 321 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16014, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Solfeggietto. For piano, by Ph. Em. 
Bach; critically revised, with refer- 
ence to notation, fingering, and marks 
of expression, by Heinrich Germer. 322 
Copvright by Edward Schuberth & 
co. , New York. 1899, no. 16090, Mar. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Something for Jesus. Words by S. D. 
Phelps; music by R. L. 323 

Copvrighfc bv Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. j: 1899, no. 15818, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Son ate, D dur. Fur das pianoforte, von 
Domenico Scarlatti; fur den concert- 
vortrag bearbeitet von Sofie Menter. 
Leipzig, Bartholf Senff. 324 

Copyright by Bartholf Senff, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 16111, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1,1899. 



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Titles — Continued 

Sonate (D moll). Fiir orgel, cornponirt 
von Camillo Schumann : op. 12. Leip- 
zig, J. Rieter-Biedermann. 325 
Copyright by J. Rieter-Biederniann, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 16110, Mar. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Song of victory. Hymn anthem. Words 
bv Gerard Moultrie; music by E. L. 
Askford. 326 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12179, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Sounds from Manila. Waltzes, by Joseph 

Sharpies, jr. 327 

Copyright by Joseph Sharpies, jr., 

Pawtucket, R, I. 1899, no. 14754, Feb. 

23; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

South Car'lina tickle. Cake walk, by 

Adam Gei bel, for orchestra. 328 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15690, Feb. 27 ; 

2 copies ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Spinnlied (In the spinning room). Kleine 
vortragsstiicke fiir pianoforte, von 
Charles Moiiey : op. 91, no. 14. Leip- 
zig, Otto Forberg. 329 
Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
18 l J9, no. 14823, Feb. 24; 2 copies ree'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 

Spray (The). Characteristic piece for 

piano, by A. E. B. Leonard. 330 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 15713, Feb. 27; 2 

copies ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Spring and love. Romance. Music by 
Ernest de Munck. London, Chap- 

pell & co., ltd. 331 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 15111, Feb. 25; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Sturmlied. Dichtung von R. Kelter- 
born. Fiir miinnerchor, von Josef 
Frischen : op. 13. Leipzig, Gebriider 
Hug & co. 332 

Copvright by Gebriider Hug &. co., 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 16099, Mar. 1; 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Suburban park march and two-step, by 

Domenic A. Sarli. 333 

Copyright by D. A. Sarli, St. Louis. 

1899, no. 15406, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies ree'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

Suite aus der musik zum schauspiele, 
"Konig Kristian II," von Adolph Paul; 
koniponirt von Jean Sibelius. Partitur. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 334 

Copyright by Breitkopf <fc Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 15108, Feb. 25; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sunshine in your eyes. Song for medium 
voice, by Leslie L. Gilbert. 335 

Copyright by Leslie L. Gilbert, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 1899, no. 142, Jan. 3; 2 
copies' ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Sunshine on the prairie. Waltz, by Al- 
fred Grainger. Piano duet. 336 
Copvright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15668, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Swallows (The). Valse caprice, by G. 
Bachmann: edited and lingered by 
Thos. a'Becket. 337 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15663, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Sweet brier. Dornbusch. Entr'acte, by 
W. H. Squire. Piano solo. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 338 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 15312, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Sweet summer rose. A flower song. 
Charles Armand. Orchestra. 339 

Copyright by Carl Fishcer, New York. 

1899, no. 16021, Feb. 28; 2 copies ree'd 

Feb. 28, 1899. 

Sweet Suzanne. Words by Howard 

Graham; music by Chas. Graham. 340 

Copvright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 14623, Feb. 23; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 22, 1899. 
Sweetheart, the morning dawns. Song. 
Words by William H. Gardner; music 
by Otto Cantor. 341 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 16098, Mar. 
1 ; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 28, 1899. 
Systematische accord-studien fiir violine, 
von Emil Kross : op. 98 ; translated into 
English bv C. Erben. Mainz, B. 
Schott's sohne. Heft 1-3. 342-344 

Copyright by B. Schott's sohne, Ma- 
yence. Germany. 1899, nos. 15095- 
15097, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies each ree'd Feb. 
25, 1899. 
Systematische doppelgriff-studien, fiir 
violine, von Emil Kross : op. 100; trans- 
lated into English by C. Erben. 
Mainz, B. Schott's sohne. Heft 1-3. 

345-347 

Copyright by B. Schott's sohne, Ma- 
yence, Germany. 1899, nos. 15098- 
15100, Feb. 25; 2 copies each ree'd Feb. 
25, 1899. 
Take my heart, O Christ, my Saviour. 
Words and music by C. A. Smith. 348 

Copyright by Charles Asa Smith, 
Oakland, Cal. 1899, no. 12833, Feb. 16 ; 
2 copies ree'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



45 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

There is a green bill far away. Hymn 
anthem. Words by C. F. Alexander; 
music by J. A. Parks. 349 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12171, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Therefore with joy. Anthem, by H. W. 

Porter. 350 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. " 1899, no. 12169, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Anthem, bv Edwin 
351 



Thou shalt arise 
Moore. 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1899, no. 12183, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Three songs, with pianoforte accompani- 
ment, by W. J. McCoy: op. 46. no. 1. 
After all. Words by Catherine Young 
Glen. 352 

no. 2. May. Words by May V. Gib- 
bons Williams. 353 

no. 3. A bye-low song. Words by 

L. Arolyn Caverly. 354 

Copvright by Edward Schuberth & 

co., New York* 1899, nos. 16159-16161, 

Mar. 1; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Thy will be done. Hymn anthem. Words 
by Charlotte Elliott; music by Wm. II . 
Pontius. 355 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 12178, Feb. 11 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Tickler (A). Medlev overture, by L. O. 

De Witt. Orchestra. 356 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 16025, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 28, 1899. 

To live for you. Song. Words by Clif- 
ton Bingham; music by Landon Ron- 
ald, no. 3 in D. London, J. B. 
Cramer & co., ltd. 357 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 15315, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

To the hunt. Idyl, by G. Wartenstein: 
op. 6 ; edited by Frank L. Eyer. Piano. 

358 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15686, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

To Thy pastures. Hymn anthem, by W. 

B. Manning. 359 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 12186, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Trauui der nachtigall. Dream of the 
nightingale. Salonstiick, fiir piano- 
forte, componirt von Otto von Wal- 
den: op. 117. Leipzig, Otto Forberg. 

360 
Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899. no. 14835, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 21, 1899. 

Trois valses, de Ch. M. Widov: op. 11; 
trauscrites pour piano et violon par J. 
Danbe. no. 1 en Re bemol. Paris, 
J.Hamelle. 361 

Copyright by J. Hamelle, Paris. 1898, 
no. 64039, Oct. 31; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
31, 1898. 

Under the stars. Words by Allie Toland 

Criss; music by Will Earhart. 362 

Copyright by Echo music co., La 

Fayette, Ind. 1899, no. 15240, Feb. 25; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Unter'm weihnachtsbaume. Under the 
Christmas tree. 8 leichte klavier- 
stiicke, fiir die jugend, von Heinrich 
Germer : op. 38. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 
no. 1. Weihnachts-choral. Christmas 
carol. 363 

no. 2. Stille nacht, heilige nacht. 

364 

no. 3. Der kleine soldat. The little 

soldier. 365 

no. 5. Das puppchen tanzt. The 

doll's dance. 366 

no. 8. Schlittenfahrt. Sleigh ride. 

367 
Copyright by Heinrich Germer, Dres- 
den. 1899, nos. 16089, 16115-16118, 
Mar. 1 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Up in the mountain so high. Lullaby 
for medium voice. Words and music 
by H. W. Morrison. 368 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 15725, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Valse brillante, for piano, by H. L. Read. 

369 
Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15669, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Victors (The) march, by N. J. Spring. 
Orchestra. 370 

Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 16258, Mar. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Victory (The) of the cross. Sacred song 
for Easter. Words by William H. 
Gardner; music by P. A. Schnecker. 

371 
Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 14747, Feb. 
23 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Ti i les — C ontinued . 

Vier lieder fur geniischten chor, componirt 
von Edwin Schultz : op. 221. Berlin, 
Ed. Bote and G. Bock. no. 1. Tanzlied- 
chen. (Jul.Gersdorff.) 372 

no. 2. Voglein, sei willkommen. 

(H. von Fallersleben.) 373 

no. 3. Das humnielchen. (Heinrich 

Seidel.) 374 

no. 4. Steh' still im wald und 

lausche. (H. von Reder.) 375 

Copyright by Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 
Berlin. 1899, nos. 16100-16103, Mar. 1 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Violin studies, by Hans Sitt: op. 32; re- 
vised and lingered by Gustav Saenger. 
pt. 1. 20 studies in the hrst position. 

376 

pt. 2. 20 studies in the 2d, 3d, 

4th, and 5th positions. 377 

pt. 3. 20 studies, changing of posi- 
tions. 378 
Copyright by Carl Fischer, NewYork. 
1899, nos. 15994-15996, Feb. 28; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Virginius waltzes, for piano, by G. Rosen- 
berg. 379 
Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 16264, Mar. 1 ; 2 cox ies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Virtuosity. Fifty difficult exercises for 
the pianoforte, by Felix Le Coup- 
pey; revised, lingered, and annotated 
by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 380 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. " 1999, no. 15187, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Volunteer (The) never returned. Words 
bv William Beake Castleton ; music by 
D. O. Evans. 381 

Copyright bv D. O. Evans, Youngs- 
town, O. 1899, no. 15223, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Waltz mazurka, by H. L. Braun; music 
by Edward Leppig. 382 

Copyright by H. L. Braun, Pittsburg. 
1899, no. 15394, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 22, 1898. 
Was sich die blumen erzahlen. (A flower 
song.) Kleine vortragsstucke, fur 
pianoforte, von Charles Morley : op. 91, 
no. 13. Leipzig, Otto Forberg. 383 

Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 14822, ^eb.24; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 
We have drank from the same canteen. 
Words by Col. James G. Halpine; mu- 
sic by G. H. Lillebridge. 384 

Copyright by Geo. H. Lillebridge, 
Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 14758, Feb. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Wedding march (Brautlied), from Lo- 
hengrin, by R. Wagner; arranged for 
zither by D. Wormser. 385 

Copyright by F. E. Burgstaller, New 
York. 1898, no. 76582, Dec. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 28, 1898. 

We'll spend an hour with Jesus. Words 
by J. H. Pitney ; music by J. Wells Her- 
bingtou. 386 

Copyright by Herrington & Pitney, 
Eagle Bridge N. J. 1899, no. 12819, 
Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

When a niggah feels good. Ethio- 
pian cake walk, by Millard Crane; ar- 
ranged bv Chas. S. Partello: op. 108. 

387 
Copyright by Millard Crane. Mora- 
via, N. Y. 1898, no. 66500, Nov. 14 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

When you ain't got no money, well, you 
needn't come 'round. March, arranged 
by W. H. Mackie for band. 388 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 16265, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Whirling (The) dervish. Tarantella, for 
the pianoforte, by H. Engelmann: op. 
370. 389 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 14790, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Who dat say chicken in dis crowd? 
Polka (two-step), by Will Marion; ar- 
ranged by W. H. Mackie. Orchestra. 

390 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 16270, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Who'll be the next ? Words by Mrs. Annie 
S. Hawks ; music by R. L. 391 

Copyright by Robert Lowry, Plain- 
field, N.J. 1899, no. 15815, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Widow (A) bird. Song for high voice, 
with pianoforte accompaniment, by 
Charles P. Scott. 392 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15046, Feb. 24 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Wiegenlied. (Cradle song.) Kleine 
vortragsstucke, fiir pianoforte, von 
Charles Morley : op. 91, no. 17. Leip- 
zig, Otto Forberg. 393 
Copyright by Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 14826, Feb. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 24, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Will I find my papa here? Words and 
music by Geerge W. Thorntou. 394 

Copyright by Isaac H. Knowles, Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 11771, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Winner (The) medley overture, arranged 

by W. H. Mackie. Band. 395 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 15058, Feb. 24; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Wonderful news. Words by Clement 
Tomlin; music by William Cashmore. 

396 
Copyright by C. Tomlin and Wm. 
Cashmore, Gorham, Me. 1899, no. 15400, 
Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Yanko-fandango-tra-la. Words and mu- 
sic by Mary Sherwood Dow. 397 
Copyright by Mary Sherwood Dow, 
Beloit, Wis. 1898, no. 63127, Oct. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

"Yelva." Overture, by C. G. Eeissiger; 

arranged by Theo. Moses-Tobani. 398 

Copyright by Carl Fischer, New York. 

1899, no. 16019, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 28, 1899. 

Zigeunergelage. Tonbild, fiir pianoforte, 
von Arnoldo Sartorio : op. 371. Leip- 
zig, Luckhardt's musik-verlag. 399 
Copyright by Luckhardt's musik- 
verlag, Leipzig. 1899, no. 15104, Feb. 
25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 2o, 1899. 

Zwei duette, fiir eine sopran und alt- 
stimme mit begleitung des pianoforte, 
von Julius Hey: op. 16. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. no. 1. Der erste 
ball. (The first ball.) 400 

no. 2. Auf dem eise. On the ice. 401 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 15106, 15107, Feb. 
25; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Zwei lieder, fiir hohe stimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, von Hans Richard. Leip- 
zig, W. Salzer. no. 1. Auf schwanken 
zweigen. (W. Osterwald.) 402 



Titles — Continued. 

Zwei lieder, fiir hohe stimme mit klavier- 
begleitung, von Hans Richard. Leip- 
zig, W. Salzer. no. 2. Fruhlingsstrahl. 
(Wolfgang Miiller.) 403 

Copyright by W. Salzer, Leipzig. 
1899, nos. 14836, 14857, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Zwei sonaten, in D dur, fiir das piano- 
forte, compouirt von Francesco Du- 
rante ; fiir den concert vortrag bearbeitet 
von Sofie Menter. Leipzig, Bartholf 
Senff. 404 

Copyright by Bartholf Senff, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 16109, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

9th regiment march, by F. H. Losey. 
Band. 405 

Copyright by Harry Coleman, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 16257, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

16 light characteristic pieces, for the 
pianoforte, by J. Concone : op. 47. bis. 

406 
Copyright by Theodore Pressor, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15664, Feb. 27 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

25 easy and progressive studies, by C. H. 
Doring: op. 8; critically revised, with 
reference to notation, fingering, and 
marks of expression, by Heinrich Ger- 
mer. Books 1-3. 407-409 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, nos. 15304-15306, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

36 short melodie studies for the piano, 
with special consideration of the pedal, 
by Felix Smith; revised and fingered 
by C. v. Sternberg. 410 

Copyright by Theodore Presser, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15665, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

1903 two-step, by Harry Gilbert. Piano 

solo. 411 

Copyright by Thiebes Stierlin music 

co. , St. Louis. 1899. no. 15723, Feb. 27 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



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V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alabama. 1 

Copyright by Geo. F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14234, Feb.20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Alaska. 2 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14235, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Alderson, Choctaw Nation, Ind. Ter. 

Jan., 1899. 3 

Copyright by Sanborn- Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12880, Feb. 16; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Alton, Sioux county, Iowa. Jan., 1899. 

(Insurance map of). 4 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Eapids, Iowa. * 1899, no. 14348, Feb. 20; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Arizona. 5 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14286, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Arizona. 



6 



Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 14287, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Arkansas. 7 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14229, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Arkansas. 8 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14288, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Aurelia, Cherokee county, Iowa. Jan., 
1899. (Insurance map of) 9 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids. 1899, no. 14349, Feb. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Bates ville, Ripley county, Ind. Jan., 

1899. 10 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 13813, 

Feb. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Birmingham, Van Buren county, Iowa. 
Jan., 1899. (Insurance map of) 11 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids. 1899, no. 14350, Feb. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

California. 12 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14230, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

California. 13 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14289, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

North half. 14 

South half. ' 15 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 14231, 14232, Feb. 20; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

California and Nevada. 16 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14233, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Cameron, Choctaw Nation, Ind. Ter. 

Jan., 1899. 17 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12879, 

Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Campbell, Santa Clara county, Cal. Jan., 

1899. 18 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14361, 

Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Colorado. 19 

Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no"; 14240, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Colorado. 20 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 14290, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Connecticut. 21 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14239, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Connecticut. 22 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14291, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Cuban war map. 23 

Copyright by Thomas A. Starr, 
Goshen, Ind. 1898, no. 35822, June 10; 
2 copies rec'd Juno 10, 1898. 

Davenport, Lincoln county, Wash. Dec, 

1898. 24 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 7940, Jan. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Ebensburg, Cambria county, Pa. Jan., 

1899. 25 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12878, 
Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Florida. 26 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14238, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
reed Feb. 20, 1899. 

Florida. 27 

Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14292, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Georgia. 28 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 



Titles — Continued. 



Indiana. 



-10 



Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14243, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Indiana. 41 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14296, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Iowa. 



42 



Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 



cago. 1899, no. 14237, Feb. 20; 2 copies cago. 1899, no. 14242, Feb. 20: 



ree'd Feb. 20, 1899 

Georgia. 29 

Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago, 1899, no' 14293, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Grant county, S. Dak. 30 

Copyright by E. Frank Peterson, 
Vermillion, S. Dak. 1899, no. 157, Jan. 
3 ; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 10, 1899. 

Hartford, Minnehaha county, S. Dak. 

Jan., 1899. 31 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perrismap co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12877, Feb. 

16 ; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Idaho. 32 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14236, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Idaho. 33 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14294, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Idaho (prospector's map of central). 34 

Copyright by Thatcher & King, 

Lewiston. Idaho. 1899, no. 15830, Feb. 

28; 2 blue print copies ree'd Feb. 28. 

1899. 

Illinois. 35 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14246, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Illinois. 36 

Copyright by John W.White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14295, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

North half. 37 

South half. 38 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 14245, 14244, Feb. 20; 2 
copies each ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Illinois (New railway, distance, and 

township map of). 39 

Copyright by Henry Cuthbert Tnni- 

son, Jacksonville, 111. 1899, no. 12386, 

Feb. 11 ; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

18112— Vol. 19, STo. 1 4 



ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



>pies 



Iowa. 13 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14297, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Kansas. 14 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14241, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Kansas. 45 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14298, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Kentucky. 46 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14299, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Kentucky and Tennessee. 

Eastern half. 

Western half. 



17 
48 
49 



Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 14251, 14250, 14249, 
Feb. 20; 2 copies each ree'd Feb. 20, 
1899. 



(Insurance maps 
50 



Kingston, N. Y., 1899. 
of) 

Copyright by Sanboin-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12876, 
Feb. 16; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Lake Park, Dickinson county, Iowa, 

Jan., 1899. (Insurance map of) 51 

Copyright by Henry Bennett. Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 14358, Feb. 

20 ; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Lake Tuslumena, Alaska. (Dall De 

Weese's map of) 52 

Copyright by Dall De Weese, Canyon 

City, Colo. 1899, no. 13990, Feb. 20; 2 

copies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Louisiana. 53 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14248, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Louisiana. 54 Minnesota. 67 
Copyright "by Jolin W. White, Chi- Copyright by John W.White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14300, Feb. 20: 2 copies cago. " 1899, no. 14304, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. rec'd Feb. 20. 1899. 



Maine. 55 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14247, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Maine. 56 

Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, 11 o! 14301, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Maryland and Delaware. 57 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no". 14256, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Maryland and Delaware. 58 

Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no" 14330, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Massachusetts. 

Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no". 14254, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Massachusetts. 



60 



Mississippi. 68 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. " 1899.no. 14252," Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Mississippi. 69 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14305, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Missouri. 70 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14260, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Missouri. 



71 



Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 14308, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



59 Montana. 



72 



Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14302, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Meriden, Cherokee county, Iowa, Jan., 

1899. (Insurance map of). 61 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 14357, Feb. 20 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Michigan. 62 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 14255, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20 ? 1899. 

Michigan. 63 

Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14303, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Milford, Dickinson county, Iowa, Jan., 

1899. (Insurance map of). 64 

Copyright bv Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa/ 1899, no. 14356, Feb. 20 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Millbury, Worchester county, Mass., 

Jan., 1899. 65 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12875, Feb. 

16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Minnesota. 66 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14253,"Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi 
cago. " 1899, no" 14259, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Montana. 73 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14307, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Morrisville, Madison county, N. Y. Jan., 

1899. 74 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map co., 

ltd., New York. 1899, no. 12874, Feb. 16; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1869. 



Nebraska. 



75 



Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 14258, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Nebraska. 76 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 14308, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Nevada. 77 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no. 14257, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Nevada. 78 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14309, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

New Hampshire. 79 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14310, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

New Jersey. 80 

Copyright by George P. Cram. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14265, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

New Jersey. 81 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14311, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

New Mexico. 82 

Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14261, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

New Mexico. 83 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14312, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

New York. 84 

Eastern half. 85 

Copyright b5 r George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, nos. 14263, 14262, Feb. 20; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Eastern half. 86 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no"! 14328, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec ; d Feb. 20, 1899. 

Western half. 87 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14261, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Western half. 88 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 14327, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

North Carolina. 89 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi 
cago. 1899, no. 14313, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



North Dakota. 



90 



Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14269, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

North Dakota, 91 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14314, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Oakesdale, Whitman county, Wash., Jan., 

1899. 92 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14364, 

Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Ogden, Boone county, Iowa, Jan., 1899 

(Insurance map of). 93 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. " 1899, no. 14359, Feb. 20; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

! 

i Ohio. 94 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no'. 14268, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Ohio. 95 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14315, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Northern half. 96 

Southern half. ' 97 

Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no's. 14267, 14266, Feb. 20; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

I Oklahoma and Indian Ter. 98 

Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14274, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

j Oklahoma and Indian Ter. 99 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no*. 14329, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

! Oregon. 100 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14273, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

| Oregon. 101 

| Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 

cago. 1899, uo. 14316, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

i Eastern half. 102 

| Western half. 103 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, nos. 14272, 14271, Feb. 20; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

j Oxford, Johnson county, Iowa, Jan., 

1899. (Insurance map of) 104 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa . 1899, no. 14355, Feb. 20 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Pennsylvania. 105 

Eastern half. 106 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 14277, 14270, Feb. 20; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Eastern half. 107 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 1433a, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Western half. 108 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14276, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

— Western half. 109 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14334, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Peterson, Clay county, Iowa. Jan., 1899. 

(Insurance map of) 110 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 14354, Feb. 20; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Poteau, Choctaw Nation, Ind. T. Jan., 

1899. Ill 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14490, 

Feb. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Queens, city of New York. (New map 

of borough of) 112 

Copyright by Colton, Ohman & co.. 

New York. 1899, no. 11751, Feb. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Rantoul, Champaign county, 111. Jan., 

1899. 113 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14489, 

Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Rhode Island. 114 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14317, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Ritzville, Adams county, Wash. Jan., 

1899. ' 115. 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14365, 

Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Sargent county, N. Dak. 1899. 116 

Copyright by John R. Herring. King- 
ston, N. Dak. 1899. no. 11076, Feb. 6 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Scranton, Greene county, Iowa. Jan., 
1899. (Insurance map of) 117 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids. 1899, no. 14353, Feb. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Sibley, Ford county, 111. Feb., 1899. 118 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14791, 
Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

South Carolina. 119 

Copyright bv John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14318, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

South Dakota. 120 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14275, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

South Dakota. 121 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14319, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Spangle, Spokane county, Wash. Jan., 



1899 



122 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14363, 
Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

| Spring villa, Linn county, Iowa. Jan., 
1899. (Insurance map of) 123 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids. 1899, no. 14352, Feb. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Tennessee. 124 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago? 1899, no. 14320, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Texas. 125 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14278, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Texas. 126 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14321, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Eastern half. 127 

Western half. 128 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, nos. 14279, 14280, Feb. 20; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Utah. 129 

Copyright bv George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14281, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Utah. 130 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14322, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Vermont, 131 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14323, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Virginia. 132 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14324, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Washington. 133 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14282, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Washington. 134 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14325, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Eastern half. 135 

Western half. 136 

Copyright by George F. Cram, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 14283, 14284, Feb. 20 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



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MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

West Salem, Wayne county, Ohio, Jan., 
1899. 137 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 12873, 
Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

West Virginia. 138 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14326, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

White & Kemble's atlas and digest of 
railroad mortgages, Atchison, Topeka 
and Santa Fe railway. 139 

Copyright by AVhite & Kemble, New 
York. 1899, no. 14130. Feb. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. " 

Winthrop, Buchanan county, Iowa, Jan., 
1899. (Insurance map of) 140 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 1899, no. 14351, Feb. 20 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Wisconsin. 141 

Copyright by George F. Cram. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 11285, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 
Wisconsin. 142 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no'. 14331. Feb. 20; 2 copies 
reed Feb. 20, 1899. 
Wyoming. 143 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 14332, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



1899. (Cover 
1 



April (The) book buyer 
design.) 

Copyright by Charles Scribuer's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 13614, Feb. 18; 2 | 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

August II. 2 I 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chica- i 
gc. 1899, rto. 15061. Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Battle of Manila. 3 

Copyright by Butler. Thomas & co., 
ltd., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 12079, Feb. 
11 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Battle of Santiago. 4 

Copyright by Butler, Thomas & co., 
ltd., Philadelphia, 1899. no. 12080. Feb. 
11 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Case (A) of unprofitable bullying. 5 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,New York. 1899, no. 14497, Feb. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23. 1899. 

Conventionalized leaves. 303. 6 

Copyright by Collier v engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. "1899, no' 13247, Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Degenerate (A). 7 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14506, Feb. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23. 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Democratic (A) indignation meeting. 

8 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann/New York. 1899, no. 14503, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Derby-day costume. 9 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin. New 
York. 1899, no'. 15259, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Exposing fiction. 10 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
nianu. New York. 1899, no. 14501, Feb. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Four (The) Georges. 11 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manm'New York. 1899. no. 14504, Feb. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23. 1899. 

Hardened to it. 12 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899. no. 14502, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Hero (The) craze in Frozen Dog. . 13 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann^New York. 1899, no. 14493, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



Historical. 



14 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu/New York. 1899, no. 14496, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PEINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hunter's (The) favorites. 15 

Copyright by Albeit Fries, New 
York. 1899, no. 14513, Feb. 21 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

I thought I heard Mr. Squeesicks kissing 

you last night, etc. 16 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 15252, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

If you dare. 17 

Copyright bv Albert Fries, New 
York. 1899, no. 14514, Feb. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Illustrated sentiment. 18 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14505, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Jan III., Sobieski. 19 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no." 15062, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Leszczynski (Stanislaw). 20 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 15063, Feb. 24; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Marechal (Le) Ferrant. 21 

Copyright bv Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 13857, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

New (The) motto. 22 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 15736, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Not quite what she meant. 23 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14494, 
Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Outcome (The). 24 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14491, 
Feb. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Rashness punished. 25 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14498, 
Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Risky fun. 26 

• Copyright by Keppler &, Schwarz- 
mann, New York.. 1899, no. 14510, 
Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Rolling (A) capture. 27 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14511, 
Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Battel (A). 28 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14500, 
Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Sentiment versus fact. 29 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1899, no. 14508, 
Feb. 21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

She protests. 30 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14499, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Smashed record and hopes. 31 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14509, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23. 1899." 

Solemn (A) warning. 32 

Copyright bv Keppler &• Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14492, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Splitting " old hickory." 33 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 15738, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Sports of the ancients. 34 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 15253, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Staving it off. 35 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 14495, Feb. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Suspicious. 36 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1899, no. 14507, Feb. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Vases and borders. 302. 37 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 13248, Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Wisniowiecki (Michal). 38 

Copyright by Polish pub. co., Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 15060, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

With the animals. 39 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 15737, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Arrival (The) of the female drummer 

company, no. 3654. 1 

Copyright by United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14881, Feb. 

24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Black tigers, no. 2634. 2 

Copyright bv Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no." 14053, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Drinking. 16-sheet, no. 8353. 3 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co.. 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 13522, Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Elk bill. no. 3713. 4 

Copyright bv United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14879, Feb. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Escape (The) from the plotter's den. 

no. 3650. 5 

Copyright bv United States printing 

co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14632, Feb. 

23; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Female drummer letter-bill. no. 3659. 

6 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14046, Feb. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Fourth of July number, "The morning 

republican." 7 

Copyright by Thomas A. Starr, 

Goshen, lnd. 1898, no. 35823, June 10; 

2 copies rec'd June 10, 1898. 

Insult, no. 8363. 20-sheet. 8 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899. no. 11093, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20. 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Male balloonist, no. 3680. 9 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14048, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Oriental figure. 3 heads, no. 3130. 10 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14051, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Repertoire, no. 3620. 11 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899. no. 14050, Feb. 20 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Scribner's for March. 12 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 13622, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

She is great, no. 3665. 13 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14049, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Sister act. no. 3561. 14 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14052, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Sketch team. no. 3564. 15 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14880, Feb. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Skirt dancer, no. 3623. 16 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14045, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 9, 1899. 

Watch her. She is funny, no. 3664. 17 
Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 14047, Fob. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abou Simbel, rock, and tombs. 1 

Copyright by A. W. Elson & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no/l4373, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 3, 1899. 

Agency building. 2 

Copyright bv Katherine Taylor 
Dodge, Washington. 1899, no. 9441, 
Jan. 30; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Annie Laurie." 3 

Copyright by Nicholas Kuhnen co., 
Davenport, Iowa. 1899, no. 15833, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Anxious (An) moment. 4 

Copyright by Harry Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899, no. 12892, Feb. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. ' 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

At play. 5 

Copyright by Harry Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899," no, 12893. Feb. 16: 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

At rest. 6 

Copyright bv Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14807, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Atlin City. nos. 1, 2. 7, 8 

Copyright by Walter Strand, Dyea, 
Alaska. 1899, nos. 13545, 13546, Feb. 17; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 

Automedon and horses of Achilles. 10J 

x 11. 9 

Copyright by J. F. Olsson & co., 

Cambridge, Mass. 1899. no. 13524, Feb. 

17; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 13, 1899. 

Baby sleeps. 10 

Copyright by Sterling remedy co., 

Indiana Mineral Springs, Ind. 1899, 

no. 14882, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 

24, 1899. 

Barn (The) yard. 11 

Copyright bv Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14810, Feb. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Birth of the chrysanthemum. 12 

Copyright by Max Hesslein, Newark, 
N.J. '1899, no. 165, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 3, 1899. 

Bloodgood (Katherine). no. 6. 13 j 

Copyright by Aime Dupont, New J 
York. 1898, no. 73481, Dec. 16; 1 copy 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Jan. i 
25, 1899. 

Bronx Park (Picturesque scenery in). 
[Solitude.] 14 ! 

Copyright by Ralph Frank Turnbull, ! 
New York. 1899, no. 13816, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Captain's (The) wife. 15 

Copyright by James Arthur, Detroit. 
1899, no, 14800, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 22, 1899. 
Chadwick (Capt.F. E.) nos. 1, 2. 16,17, 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 12238, 12239, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 
Cherubs. 18 

Copyright by C. F. Rav, Asheville, j 
N.C. "1899, no. 15078, Feb. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Christ at Enimaus. 9£ x 13^. 19 

Copyright by J. F. Olsson & co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 13523, Feb. 
17; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Co. F, 1st District of Columbia vol. inf., 
war against Spain, A. D. 1898. no. 2. 

20 
Copyright by L. Leland B. Barton, 
Washington. 1899, no. 15065, Feb. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Co. K, First regt., N. Y. yols. 21 

Copyright by C. H. Gallup & co., 
Pouglikeepsie, *N. Y. 1899, no. 15746, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

j Court (The) of inquiry appointed to in- 
vestigate the allegations made by 
General Miles, as to the army rations 
issued during the Spanish-American 
war, B. 22 

Copyright by Wilbert Melville, 
Washington. D. C. 1899, no. 15068, 
Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

; D. nos. 5, 10. 23,24 

Copyright by Oscar Smith, New York. 

1898, no. 62071, 62076, Oct. 21; 2 copies 
each rec'd Dec. 27, 1898. 

David (Statue of), by Michelangelo. 

25 
Copyright by A. W. Elson &■ co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no." 14374, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 13, 1899. 

Decorators (The). 26 

Copyright by Mound City paint and 
color co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 12766, 
Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Deer hunt. 27 

Copyright by Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899.no. 14808, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Derby (Mrs. R. H.) 28 

Copyright by Ferd Stark co., New 
York. 1899, no. 14799, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Devils' dance. (Sitting.) 29 

Copyright by Kathorine Taylor 
Dodge, Washington. 1899, no. 9430, 
Jan. 30; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Do you see the point? 30 

Copyright by Mound City paint and 
color co., St, Louis. 1899J no. 12765, 
Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Dreaming. 31 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 

1899, no. 13514, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

Eames (Emma), no. 92. 32 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, no. 14804, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 21, 1899. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Evans (Capt. R. D.) nos. 1, 2. 33, 34 

Copyright bv B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos 12237^ 12242, Feb. 11; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Expectation. 



35 



Copyright bv F. W. Guerin. St. Louis. 
1899, no. 13543, Feb. 17: 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

Family scene. 36 

Copyrigbt by Katherine Taylor 
Dodge, Washington. 1899, no. 9429, 
Jan. 30; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Happy (A) family. 37 

Copyright bv Harrv Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899^ no. 12894, Feb. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Hasty retreat. 38 

Copyright by Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14814, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

He conieth not. 39 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. ] 
1899, no. 13541, Feb. 17; 2 copies rec'd ! 
Feb. 16, 1899. . 

Head of Christ. (Smallest negative.) • 

40 | 

8 x 10. 41 ; 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron. 
Boston. 1899, nos. 15743, 15741, Feb. 27 ; | 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Hearing. (^Smallest negative.) 42 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, ! 
Boston. 1899, no. 15748, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Home again. 43 

Copyright by Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14809, Feb. L'3; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Til not tell. 44 \ 

Copyright by Fred. Park Stevens, 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 1899, no. 
12763, Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 7, 
1899. 
In camp. 4-5 

Copyright by Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14811, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Innocence. 46 

Copyright by James Arthur, Detroit. 
1899, no. 14803, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 22, 1899. 



Irene. 



47 



Copyright by James Arthur, Detroit. 
1899, no. 14801, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 22, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jones returns from the club. nos. 1, 2. 

48,49 
Copyright bv Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. *1899, nos. 14371, 14372, 
Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Larks behind the scene. 50 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N.J. 1899, no. 13535. Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Little philosophers. 51 

Copyright by Harry Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899, no. 12891, Feb. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Lost sheep. 18 x 22. 52 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. "1899, no. 13831, Feb. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Low (A. A.). 53 

Copyright by Ferd. Stark co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 14806, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Low (Hon. Seth). 54 

Copyright by Ferd. Stark co., New 
York. 1899, no!' 1481 5, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

McKinley (President) leaving the State 

house, escorted by Gov. Wolcott. 55 

Copyright by Frank E. Kimball, 

Chelmsford. Mass. 1899, no. 14631, 

Feb. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Maiden's (Ye) reverie. 8 x 10. 56 

Copyright bv Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15745, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Miles (General) before the court of in- 
quiry in session at Lemon building, 
Washington, D. C. A. 57 

Copyright by Wilbert Melville, 
Washington, D." C. 1899, no. 15065, 
Feb. 24 : 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Giving testimony to the court of in- 
quiry at the Lemon building, Wash- 
ington, D. C. C. 58 
Copyright by Miss C. Davenport, 
Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 15067'. 
Feb. 24 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Moses (Statue of), by Michelangelo. 59 
Copyright by A. W. Elson &■ co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 14375, Feb. 20 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 3, 1899. 

Mt. Tacoma. Waterfront, no. 233. 60 
Copyright bv A. Ludden, Tacoma, 
Wash. 1899, no. 15766, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



58 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mt. Vernon. Banquet hall. 61 

East view. 62 

Family dining room. 63 

Mrs. Washington's bedroom. 64 

South view. 65 

The garden. 66 

Washington's bedroom. 67 

Washington's tomb. 68 

West parlor. 69 

West view. 70 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, nos. 13531, 13526, 
13532, 13531, 13525, 13528, 13533, 13529, 
13530, 13527, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Feb. 17, 1899. 

Multnoma delegation, special session 

1898, Oregon state legislature. 71 
Copyright by Howard D. Trover, 

Salem, Oreg. 1899, no. 15069, Feb. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Muriel. 72 

Copyright by James Arthur, Detroit. 

1899, no. 14802, Feb. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 22, 1899. 

Old ocean's gray and melancholy waste. 

73 
Copyright by Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14813, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

On the beach. 74 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no." 13539, Feb. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 
On the trail. 75 

Copyright by Alexander J. Beggs, 
New York. 1899, no. 14812, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 
Oregon legislature, 1899, House; twen- 
tieth biennial session. 76 

Senate, 1899; twentieth biennial 

session. 77 

Copyright by Howard D. Trover, 
Salem, Oreg. 1899, nos. 15071, 15072, 
Feb. 24; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 24, 
1899. 
P. E. clergy of the Diocese of R. I. 1898. 

78 
Copyright by Ye Rose studio, Provi- 
dence." 1899, no. 14793, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Phelan (Rev. J. P.) . nos. 1-5. 79-83 

Copyright by J. E. Purdy & co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, nos. 14794-14798, Feb. 23 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 
Philin (Commodore J. W.) nos. 3, 4. 

84,85 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New Y'ork. 
1899, nos. 12240, 12241, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pleasant (A) task. 86 

Copyright by Mound City paint & 
color co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 12767, 
Feb. 16 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Poker at Dawson City. 87 

Copyright bv Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. .13536, Feb. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Pompeiian woman at bath. 18 x 22. 

88 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. ' 1899, "no. 13832. Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Rapids below Suspension bridge. 89 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 13537, Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Roses. 90 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 13542, Feb. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

St. John the Baptist. No. 1. 91 

Copyright by T. W. Marion, New 
York. 1899, no. 15739, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Shirlaw (Mr.), Portrait of. 8 x 10. 92 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15744, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Sight. (Smallest negative.) 93 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15753, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Simon (Hon. Joseph), U. S. Senator. 94 
Copyright by Howard D. Trover, 
Salem, Oreg. 1899, no. 15070, Feb. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Feb.' 24, 1899. 

Smell. (Smallest negative.) 95 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15751, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Springtime. 96 

Copyright by J. E. Watson, Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 14815, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Stand ish (Myles.) . 97 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899,no. 15742, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Swannanoa river, nos. 70, 75, 77, 78, 87. 

98-102 
Copyright by C. F. Ray, Asheville, 
N. C. 1899, nos. 15073-15077, Feb. 24; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Taste. (Smallest negative.) 103 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15752, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies reed Feb. 27, 1899. 

They work while you sleep. 104 

Copyright by Sterling remedy co., 

Indiana .Mineral Springs, Ind. 18b9, 

no. 14883, Feb. 24; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 

24, 1899. 

Thoughts of love. 105 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 13538, Feb. 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

"Three black crows." 106 

Copyright by Knahi & bro., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. 1899, no. 15064, Feb. 24 ; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Three little kittens. 107 

Copyright by Harrv Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899, no. 12888, Feb. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Touch. (Smallest negative.) 108 

Copyright bv Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15747, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Trobec (Right Rev. James), bishop of St. 

Cloud, Minn. 109 

Copyright by Chicago photo-gravure 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 14434, Feb. 21; 

2 copies ree'd Feb. 21, 1899. 



Uninvited {meats. 



110 



Copyright bv Harry Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899, no. 12890, Feb. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Waiting, no. 2. Ill 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 13540, Feb. 17; 2 copies ree'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

Weaver (Ruins B.) and anatomical prep- 
arations of the human body, dissected 
and mounted by him. 112 

Copyright by Ruf'us B. Weaver, Phil- 
adelphia. 1898, no. 73091, Dec. 15; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

What is it? 113 

Copyright by Harry Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899, no. 12889, Feb. 16; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Feb. 20, 1899. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles— Continued. 



After the ball. 1 

Copyright by Pabst brewing co., 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 15170, Feb. 25 ; 1 
photograph ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
American (An) Indian. 2 

Copyright by Rankin Gardner, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 11816, Feb. 23; 1 photo- 
graph ree'd Feb. 23, 1899. 
Battle (The) of Santiago. 3 

Copyright by Thomas M. Hemy, 
Brooklyn. 1899. no. 15116, Feb. 25; 1 
photograph ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
" Best for light-house keeping.' 7 1 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. 1899, no. 16165, Mar. 1 ; 1 photo- 
graph ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Bride rose. 5 

Copyright by Belding bros. & co., 
Northampton, Mass. 1899, no. 15835, 
Feb. 28; 1 photograph ree'd Feb. 28, 
1899. 



I Bridesmaid rose. 6 

Copyright by Belding bros. & co., 

Northampton, Mass. 1899, no. 15837, 

Feb. 28; 1 photograph ree'd Feb. 28, 

1899. 

| Design for Masonic memorial. 7 

Copyright by Charles B. Canfield, 
New York. 1899, no. 15169, Feb. 25; 1 
blue print ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

; France (La) rose. 8 

Copyright by Belding bros. & co./ 
Northampton, Mass. 1899, no. 15836, 
Feb. 28; 1 photograph ree'd Feb. 28, 
1899. 

Head (The) of a hornless heifer, with a 
bell tied about its neck. 9 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1899, no. 14631, Feb. 
23; 1 photograph ree'd Feb. 23, 1899. 



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FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Head (The) of a young woman, f view, 
surrounded by an ornamental border 
of filigree work. 10 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1899, no. 14633, Feb. 
23; 1 photograph rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Pearl rose. 11 

Copyright by Belding bros. & co., 

Northampton, Mass. 1899, no. 15838, 

Feb. 28; 1 photograph rec'd Feb. 28, 

1899. 

Sailor of the United States. 12 

Copyright by Meyer brothers & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 61042, Oct. 31; 1 
photograph rec'd Oct. 31. 1898. 



Titles — Continued. * 

Sinking (The) of the "Merrimac." 13 
Copyright by Thomas M. Herav, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 15117, Feb. 25;*1 
photograph rec'd. Feb. 25, 1899. 

Sunset rose. 14 

Copyright by Belding bros. & co., 

Northampton, Mass. 1899, no. 15834, 

Feb. 28; 1 photograph rec'd Feb. 28, 

1899. 

Wuzzle. nos. 1-8. 15-22 

Copyright by Wm. Chesebrough 

Ostraneler, New York. 1899, nos. 15768- 

15775, Feb. 27; 1 photograph each rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the ruhric under which the full title will he fonnd.) 



Albright music co., Chicago: 

Belle (The) of society. Waltz. James 
Hyde; Charles Cluck.' (Music.) 

High (A) old time in Dixie, George 
Schleiffarth. (Music.) 

Ruby, come, be ma baby. Richard 
Hanch. (Music.) 
Allen (James B.), Providence, R. I. : 

Old (The) fashioned rocking chair. 
Arthur Savage Josselyn. (Music.) 

Place (The) where I was born. Ar- 
thur Savage Josselyn. (Music.) 
American cereal co., Chicago: 

Feeding for flesh. (Books: 2.) 

Modern dairy feeding. (Books: 2.) 

Practical poultry feeding. (Books: 
2.) 
American litho. co., New York: 

Head (The) of a hornless heifer, \ 
with a bell tied about its neck. (Fine 
arts.) 

Head (The) of a young woman, 
three-quarter view, surrounded by an 
ornamental border of tiligree work. 
(Fine arts.) 
American press ass'n, New York: 

City life in the Philippine islands. 
(Books: 3.) 

Daisy May's budget of feminine 
gossip. (Books: 3.) 

Late fashions from Paris. (Books: 
3.) 

Lenten (The) fashions. (Books: 3.) 

Life's springtime. (Books: 3.) 

New York theatricals. (Books: 3.) 

United (The) States golf association. 
(Books: 3.) 
American water color society, New York : 

American water color society ; illus- 
trated catalogue. (Books: 1.) 



Arkell pub. co., New York: 

New (The) motto. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Splitting "Old Hickory." (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

With the animals. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Armstrong (S. G.), Berrien Springs, 
Mich.: 

Armstrong (S. G.) Vril cordial. 
(Books: 2.) 
Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. : 

Captain's (The) wife. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Innocence. (Photographs.) 

" Irene." (Photographs.) 

Muriel. (Photographs.) 
Associated Press, New York : 

England's eyes on the High commis- 
sion. (Books: 3.) 

German (The) meat inspection bill. 
(Books: 3.) 

PontaDelgada, Friday. (Books: 3.) 

Procession (The) described. (Books : 
3.) 

Republican (A) victory. (Books: 3.) 

Situation in France. (Books: 3.) 

To receive Choate. (Books: 3.) 

Yery heavy deficit. (Books: 3.) 
Ayer (N. W.) and son, Philadelphia. 

Ayer (N. W.) and son's American 
newspaper annual. (Books: 1.) 
Baker (Walter H.) and co., Boston: 

Awkward (An) squad. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 

Chinese (A) dummy. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 

Man (The) from Texas. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Baldwin (S. M.), New York : 

Derby- day costume. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Balmer &. Weber music house co., St. 
Louis: 
Cor Jesu. Emile Karst. (Music.) 
Banks & co., and Lyon (James B.), New 
York and Albany: 

New York State reports and session 
laws. Combined official series. (Books: 
1.) 
Barrett bros., Springfield, Obio: 

Catalogue of blanks for Clerk of 
court. (Books: 2.) 
Barton (L. Leland B.), Washington, 
D.C.: 

Co. F, 1st District of Columbia vol. 
inf., war against Spain. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Basler (H. R.), Pittsburg: 

Remember the "Maine." Jessie M. 
Soper; Horace R. Basler. (Music.) 
Beau (Le). Paris, France : 

Improvisation. E. Bouichere. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Beggs (Alexander J.), New York : 
At rest. (Photographs.) 
Barn (The) yard. (Photographs.) 
Deer hunt. (Photographs.) 
Hasty retreat. (Photographs.) 
Home again. (Photographs.) 
In camp. (Photographs.) 
Old ocean's gray and melancholy 
waste. (Photographs.) 

On the trail. (Photographs.) 
B^iser (George H.), Brooklyn. N. Y. : 

Father, forgive. George H. Beiser. 
(Music.) 
Belding bros. & co., Northampton, Mass. : 
Bride rose. (Fine arts.) 
Bridesmaid rose. (Fine arts.) 
France (La) rose. (Fine arts.) 
Pearl rose. (Fine arts.) 
Sunset rose. (Fine arts.) 
Benchley (F. E.) and Sanger (F.), Spring- 
field, Mass. : 

Index (The) fire-alarm guide and 
pocket memorandum. (Books: 2.) 
Bendel (A.), Reading, Pa. : 

Oster-hymne. H. Breitenbach. 
(Music.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Advisorv rates of Clarion, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Eagle Grove, Iowa. ( Books : 2. ) 

Hospers, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Waucoma, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Wyoming, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Alton, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Aurelia, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Birmingham, Iowa. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Lake Park, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Meriden, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Milford, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Ogden, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Oxford, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 



I Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa : 
Peterson, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Scran ton, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Springville, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Winthrop, Iowa. (Maps and charts. ) 
Benziger bros., New York : 

Crowley (Mary Catherine). An every- 
day girl. (Books: 3.) 
Bible study publishing co., Boston: 

Bible (The) study manual for the 
biographical course. (Books: 2.) 

Bible (The) study union lessons. Gos- 
pel stories. Child's mouthlv. (Books: 
2.) 

Primary monthly. (Books: 2.) 
Primary (The) teacher's helper. 
(Books: 2.) 
Blackman (Arthur Wright), Cambridge, 
Mass. : 

Philosophical (The) calendar for 1899. 
(Books: 2.) 
Blaisdell (Henry Lawrence), U. S. : 

His cousin Felix. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 
Blanchard (F. S.) & co., Worcester, 
Mass. : 

Massachusetts year book and city 
and town register, June 1, 1897-Junel, 

1898. (Books: 1.) 
Bloom (Sol), Chicago: 

Bridesmaid (The) march. Leo Fried- 
man. (Music.) 

My Honolulu queen. Jas. O'Dea; 
Wm.H. Penu. (Music.) 
Bloomfield (F. D.) & co , Buffalo: 

Old Fort Porter. F. D. Bloomfield. 
(Music.) 
] Boas (Emil L.), genl. nmgr., Hamburg- 
American line, New York : 
Across the "Atlantic." (Books: 2.) 
Bonwell (J. R.), Nebraska: 

Lessons on etching, pt. 1. (Books : 
2.) 
Boosey and co., London : 

Oh captain, my captain. Walt Whit- 
man; Charles Wood. (Music.) 

One morning in May. Alfred Perce- 
val Graves; Charles Wood. (Music.) 
i Bosworth & co., Leipzig: 

Sweet brier. W. H. Squire. (Music.) 
! Bote (Ed.) and Bock (G.), Berlin, Ger- 
many : 

Vier lieder. Edwin Schultz. nos. 
1-4. (Music.) 
Bowers (Arthur E.), Manchester, Conn. : 
Bowers' Manchester directorv- 1898, 

1899. (Books: 1.) 

Bowman (Ralph Waldo), Chicago: 

Illinois supreme and appellate court 
reports. Advance sheets. (Books: 2.) 
Brainard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

Down in sunny Alabama. John 
Martin. (Music.) 

In sheltered nook. Elizabeth K. 
(Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Braun (H. L.), Pittsburg: 

Waltz (The) mazurka. H. L. Brauu ; 
Edward Leppig. (Music.) 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig: 

Cantate. uo. 6. Job. Seb. Back; 
Felix Mottl. (Music.) 

Erhmerungeu. Rerniuiscences. Lud- 
wig Bonvin. Partituv. (Music.) 

Suite. Adolf Paul; Jean Sibelius. 
(Music.) 

Zwei duette. Julius Hey. nos. 1, 2. 
(Music.) 
Brooks (Christopher P.), New Bedford, 
Mass. : 

Textile designing. (Books: 2.) 
Burgstaller (F. E.), New York: 

Beehive (The). Schneider; D. Worm- 
ser. (Music.) 

My old Kentucky home. Stephen 
Foster; D. Wormser. (Music.) 
Palms (The). F. Fanre; D. Wormser. 
(Music.) 

Wedding march. R. Wagner; D. 
Wormser. (Music.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 
How to grow fibrous and tuberous- 
rooted begonias from seed. (Books : 2.) 
Burrows bros. co., Cleveland: 

Jesuit (The) relations and allied 
documents. (Books: 1.) 
Butler (Thomas) & co., ltd., Philadelphia: 
Battle of Manila. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Battle of Santiago, (Engravings, 
cuts, and priuts.) 
Butterfield (J. A.), Heirs of, U. S. : 

Belshazzar. C. R. Blackall; J. A. 
Butterfield. (Music.) 
Camp ( W. M.), Chicago : 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 94. 
Work trains. (Books: 3.) 
Canfield (Charles B.),New York: 

Design for masonic memorial. (Fine 
arts.) 
Carson & Simpson, Philadelphia : 

Art treasures from paintings of 
famous artists. (Books: 1.) 
Gate (Dr. William M.), Chicago: 

Down in de valley of Suzanne. Dr. 
alliam 
(Music.) 

My dearest one. Dr. William M. Cate ; 
Richard R. Trench. (Music.) 
Caxton club, Chicago : 

La Salle (Nicolas de). Relation of the 
discovery of the Mississipi [sic] river. 
(Books: 1.) 
Central fire-proofing co., New York: 

Advance sheets from the forthcoming 
catalogue of the Central flreproofing 
co., of New Y r ork. (Books: 2.) 

Advance sheets of a forthcoming cata- 
logue appertaining to the use of terra- 
cotta fire-proofing, as manufactured by 
the Central fire-proofing co., of New 
York. (Books: 2.) 
Diagrams of safe loads. (Books: 2.) 



Central fire-proofmg co., New Y T ork : 

Model arch girder covering sections. 
(Books: 2.) 
Chappell & co., London : 

Spring aud love. Ernest de Munck. 
(Music) 
Cherrington (L. J.), Salem, Mass. : 

Popular hygiene. (Books: 3.) 
Chicago journal, Chicago : 

Meditations of Martin Dooley. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chicago photo-gravure co., Chicago: 

Trobec (Right Rev. James), ''bishop 
of St. Cloud, Minn. (Photographs.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Afraid or San Jose scale. (Books : 3.) 

Against the San Jose scale. (Books: 
3.) 

Aguinaldo expects support. (Books : 
3.). 

American flour accepted. (Books : 3. ) 

As to American unpeeled fruit. 
(Books: .3.) 

Ask aid in Morocco. (Books: 3.) 

Ask King Oscar to keep away. 
(Books: 3.) 

Asks help of Russia. (Books: 3.) 

Attacks on the archbishop. (Books : 
3.) 

Ball and supper at Stockholm. 
(Books: 3.) 

Banffy spoke for Fejrvary. (Books : 
3.) 

Belgium seeks trade in China. 
(Books: 3.) 

Bonaparte wants the throne. (Books 
3.) 

Bribery in British affairs. (Books: 
3.) 

Burden gets heavy. (Books: 3.). 

Buys American locomotives. (Books : 
3.) 

Cabinet about to yield. (Books : 3.) 

Cattle of Alsace afflicted. (Books: 
3.) 

Cavalry festival at Strasburg. 
(Books: 3.) 

Chance for Victor Napoleon. (Books : 
3.) 

China to encourage trade. (Books: 
3.) 

Chinese-Belgian bank project. 
Books: 3.) 

Claims to be a Chicagoan. (Books: 
3.) 

Cockades for a pretender. (Books : 
3.) 

Collapse of an old castle. (Books: 
3.) 

Confer with Gen. Otis. (Books: 3.) 

Congo rebels are vanquished. 
(Books: 3.) 

Convict becomes a millionaire. 
(Books: 3.) 

Creed divides the Filipinos. 
(Books: 3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago: 

Death of Dr. Wm. Rutherford. 
(Books: 3.) t 

Deathof.JuliusKos.sah. (Boohs: 3.) 
Death of Prof. Studsgaard. (Boohs : 

3.) 

Demand anew man. (Boohs: 3.) 
Desire continuation of peace. 

(Boohs: 3.) 
Dislikes Samoan official. (Books: 

3.) 

'Does not believe it is Andree. 
(Boohs: 3.) 
Dons cry for blood. (Books: 3.) 
Dowager archduchess dies. (Boohs : 

3.) 
' Duke of Orleans at the play. (Boohs : 

3.) 

East against Europe. (Boohs: 3.) 
En courage peace sentiments. 

(Boohs: 3.) _ ■ > 

Fatal duel at Budapest. (Boohs: 3.) 
Favors obligatory arbitration. 

(Boohs: 3.) 
Festivities at Mayence. (Books: 6.) 
Few follow Carlos. (Books: 3.) 
Fifty rebels killed. (Books: 3.) 
Finns are in fear of Russia. (Books : 

3.) 
' For a statue to Gladstone. (Books : 

3.) 
' France still lives. (Books: 3.) 
French crisis may be severe. (Books : 

3.) 
Germany to lay an Asiatic cable. 

(Books: 3.) 
Goes to Russia for horses. (Books: 3.) 
Grand duchy of Baden is shaken. 

(Books: 3.) L, 

Grip epidemic at Carlsruhe. (Books: 

3.) 
Hard words for the archbishop. 

(Books: 3.) 

Harmony lacking in Hungary. 
(Books: 3.) ■ 

Heir born to Egypt's Khedive. 
(Books: 3.) 

Home rulers win at Derry. (Books : 

3.) 

Indifference of the Czar. (Books: 3.) 

Insults for Loubet. (Books: 3.) 

Interest in Vatican circles. (Books: 

3.) 
' Killed by the crews. (Boohs : 3.) 
King Oscar to resume duties. 

(Books: 3.) 
Last days of revel at Nice. (Books : 

3.) 

Less noise in Paris. (Bootes : 3.) 
Liberal attack on the Lords. (Boohs : 

Liveinfear of landslides. (Books: 3.) 
Loubet seems calm. (Books: 3.) 
Loubet's (M.) courage. (Books: 3.) 
Love (Prof.) elected by Oxford. 
(Books: 3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago : 

MacCord to be paid at last. (Books : 

3.) 

Make farm a prison. (Books: 3.) 
Manila is menaced. (Books: 3.) 
Mav sail for Samoa. (Books: 3.) 
Merry thousands in Trieste. (Books : 

3.) 

Moving toward imperialism. (Books: 

3.) 
' Mussulmans ordered to arms. (Books : 

3.) 

New attempts at harmony. (Books: 

i 3.) 

Not alarmed at Congo trouble. 
(Books: 3.) 
Osbornes arrive at Naples. (Books : 

3.) 

Pando encamped atSicasica. (Books : 
i 3_) 

Pavonia may be safe. (Books: 3.) 
Perosi (Lorenzo) goes to Paris. 
(Books: 3.) 
Pope is with Ireland. (Books: 3.) 
Pope's letter in type. (Books: 3.) 
Prefers tariff war. (Books : 3. ) 
Press censorship in Finland. (Books : 

' Prince Leopold at Carlsbad. (Books : 
3.) 
' Prince Victor is feared. (Books : 3.) 
Promise of trouble. (Books: 3.) 
Queen will tell her troubles. (Books : 
3.) 
' Question legality of strikes. (Books : 

3.) 

Quiet election in Greece. (Books : 3.) 
Race dissension in Bohemia. (Boohs : 

3.) 

Rebels plan to fight. (Books : 3.) 
Reformers are put in prison. (Books : 

3.) 
' Regret is shown in Vienna. (Boohs : 

3.) 



Regrets failure of negotiation. 
(Books: 3.) 
Regulation of emigration. (Books: 

3.) ° 
' Reid's views interest Paris. (Books : 

3.) 

Rejoice over Loubet's election. 

(Books: 3.) 
Restores the old constitution. 

(Books: 3.) 

Rios (Gen.) anxious to leave. 
(Books: 3.) 

Rios (Gen.) fomenting trouble. 
(Books: 3.) 

Rogers (Delia) scores a success. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sagasta must step aside. (Books : 6.) 

Say the rebellion is not dead. (Books: 

1 3.) 

Says Americans are helpless. (Books : 

3.) 

Says Cuba will be annexed. (Books : 

3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago : 

Says soldiers act shamefully. (Books: 
3.) 

Scandalous trade iu spirits. (Books : 
3.) 

Shopkeepers of Berne alarmed. 
(Books: 3.) 

Son of the Shah to study art. (Books : 
3.) 

Spain's troops start for home. (Books: 
3.) 

Spanish troops reach home. (Books: 
3.) 

Still with Mataafa. (Books: 3.) 

Storv is denied hy the Duke. ( Books : 
3.) " 

Swedish nobles are determined. 
(Books: 3.) 

Takes Santa Barbara. (Books: 3.) 

Talk of political intrigues. (Books: 
3.) 

Threatened strike in Havana. 
(Books: 3.) 

To attend Faure's funeral. (Books: 
3.) 

To guarantee free elections. (Books: 
3.) 

To start ior the north in June. (Books : 
3.) 

To void leases from peasants. CBooks: 
3.) 

To wed Rosebery's daughter. (Books : 
3.) 

Tories in a queer situation. (Books : 
3.) 

Transport reaches Gibraltar. (Books : 
3.) 

Transport sails for Port Said. (Books : 
3.) 

Trouble with the council. (Books: 
3.) 

Trouble with the socialists. (Books : 
3.) 

Troubles of Princess Louise. (Books : 
3.) 

Turns against Milan. (Books: 3.) 

Uprising in Roumania. (Books: 3.) 

Venice to utilize water power. 
(Books: 3.) 

Yon Szell will lead. (Books: 3.) 

Welcome to the earl of Elgin. 
(Books: 3.) 

White troops needed in Africa. 
(Books: 3.) 

Will be bad for Austria. (Books : 3. ) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati : 

Alabama dream. Geo. D. Barnard. 
(Music.) 

Berkeley (The) club march. J. O. 
Brockenshire. (Music.) 

Chime, chime, chime. A. F. Loud. 
(Music.) 

Gipsy song. Alexander S. Thomp- 
son. (Music.) 

Joyous (The) bells. A. F. Loud. 
( Music 



Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Little robin polka. J. L. Ritchie. 
(Music.) 
Clark (Ruby), Amsterdam, N. Y. : 

Be good to yourself. Ruby Clark. 
(Music.) 
Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia: 

Dreamy thought. Ch. Godard; L. 
P. Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Honey on de rag. Alonzo F. Burt. 
(Music, j 

Reporter (The) march. Jas. M. Ful- 
ton. (Music.) 

Victor's (The) march. N. J. Spring. 
(Music.) 

9th regiment march. F. H. Losey. 
(Music.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Applied electricity. (Books: 2.) 

Commissions to students for aiding 
in securing new students; in force 
Feb. 16, 1899. (Books: 2.) 

Conventionalized leaves. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Correspondence (The) school of book- 
keeping and stenography. Circular of 
information. (Books: 2.) 

Enroll before April 1, 1899, and se- 
cure special privileges. (Books: 2.) 

Home study magazine. (Books: 1.) 

International (The) correspondence 
schools' bound volumes of the courses. 
(Books: 2.) 

Locomotive boilers. (Books: 2.) 

Vases and borders. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Colton, Ohman & co., New York: 

Queens, city of New York. (New 
map of borough of) (Maps and 
charts.) 
Consolidated music pub. ass'n., inc., New 
York : 

I am looking for my sweetheart. 
Harry S. Marion ; Morris May. (Music. ) 
Continental pub. co., New York: 

Lai a (Ramon Reyes). The Philip- 
pine islands. (Books: 2.) 
Cook (David C.) pub. co., Chicago: 

Gem (The) of days. (Books: 2.) 

Whitson ( John H.) The young ditch 
rider. (Books: 1.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo, N. Y. : 

Black tigers. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Cram (Geo. F.), Chicago : 

Alabama. (Maps and charts.) 

Alaska. (Maps and charts.) 

Arizona. (Maps and charts.) 

Arkansas. (Maps and charts.) 
(Maps and charts.) 
North half. (Maps and 



California. 

California, 
charts.) 

California. South half, 
charts.) 

California and Nevada, 
charts.) 



(Maps and 
(Maps and 



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Cram (Geo. F.), Chicago: 

Colorado. (Maps and charts.) 
Connecticut. (Maps and charts.) 
Florida. (Maps and charts.) 
Georgia. (Maps and charts.) 
Idaho. (Maps and charts.) 
Illinois. (Maps and charts.) 
Illinois. North half. (Maps and j 

charts.) 

South half. (Maps and charts.) 

Indiana. (Maps and charts.) 
Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Kansas. (Maps and charts.) 
Kentucky and Tennessee. (Maps 

and charts.) 

Eastern half. (Maps and charts. ) 

Western half. (M aps and charts. ) 

Louisiana. (Maps and charts.) 
Maine. (Maps and charts.) 
Maryland and Delaware. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Massachusetts. (Maps and charts.) 
Michigan. (Maps and charts.) 
Minnesota. (Maps and charts.) 
Mississippi. (Maps and charts.) 
Missouri. (Maps and charts.) 
Montana. (Maps and cliarts.) 
Nebraska. (Maps and charts.) 
Nevada. (Maps and charts.) 
New Jersey. (Maps and charts.) 
New Mexico. (Maps and charts.) 
New York. (Maps and charts.) 

Eastern half. (Maps and 

charts. ) 

Western half. (Maps and 

charts.) 

North Dakota. (Maps and charts.) 
Ohio. (Maps and charts.) 

Northern half. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Southern half. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Oklahoma and. Indian Territory. 
(Maps and charts.) 
Oregon. (Maps and charts.) 

Eastern half. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Western half. (Maps and 

charts.) 

(Maps and charts.) 
half. (Maps and 



half. (Maps and 
(Maps and charts.) 



and 



Pennsylvania. 

Eastern 

charts.) 

Western 

charts.) 

South Dakota. 

Texas. (Maps and charts.) 

Eastern half. (Maps 

charts.) 

Western half. (Maps and 

charts.) 

Utah. (Maps and charts.) 
Washington. (Maps and charts.) 

Eastern half. (Maps and charts.) 

Western half. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Wisconsin. (Maps and charts.) 

18112— Vol. 19, No. 1 5 



Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd., Loudon: 

To live for you. Clilton Bingham; 
Landon Ronald. (Music.) 
Crane (Millard), Moravia, N. Y. : 

When a niggah feels good. Millard 
Crane; Ckas. S. Partello. (Music.) 
Crockett (S. R.), London: 

Crockett (S. R.) Little Anna Mark. 
(Books: 3.) 
Cross (A. E.), Chicago: 

Cross (A. E.). Cross' telegraphic 
cipher code, for the provision and grain 
trade. (Books: 1.) 
Grouse & Brandegee, Utica, N. Y. : 

Dressing well on little money. 
Spring and summer," 1899 (Books: 2.) 
Crowell (Thos. Y.) & co., Boston: 

Tolstoi (Lyof N.) War and peace. 
(Books: 1.) 
Cruger (Dox), New York: 

Dear old Tennessee. Dox Cruger. 
(Music.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Copley (The) prints. (Spring cata- 
logue of 1899.) (Books: 2.) 

Head of Christ. (Photographs.) 

Hearing. (Photographs.) 

Lost sheep. (Photographs.) 

Maiden's (Ye) reverie. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Pompeiian woman at hath. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Shirlaw (Mr.) (Photographs.) 

Sight. (Photographs.) 

Smell. (Photographs.) 

Standish (Myles). (Photographs.) 

Taste. (Photographs.) 

Touch. (Photographs.) 
Dau puhlishing co., Buffalo: 

Grand Rapids (The) society blue- 
book. (Books: 1.) 
Davenport (Miss C), Washington, D. C. : 

Miles (Gen.) giving testimony to the 
court of inquiry at the Lemon build- 
ing, Washington, D. C. (Photographs.) 
Davis (F. A.) co., Philadelphia: 

Edinger (Ludwig). The anatomy of 
the central nervous system of man and 
of vertebrates in general. (Books: 1.) 
Denza (L.), London : 

Golden (The) bridge. Ellis Walton; 
L. Denza. (Music.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich. : 

Mt. Vernon. Banquet hall. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

East view. (Photographs.) 

Family dining room. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Mrs. Washington's bedroom. 

(Photographs.) 

South view. (Photographs.) 

The garden. (Photographs.) 

Washington's bedroom. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Washington's tomb. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

West parlor. (Photographs.) 



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Detroit photographic co., Detroit, Mich. : 
Mt. Vernon. West view, (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Detweiler (Mrs. Eunice Parke), Wilkins- 
burg, Pa. : 

Detweiler (E. P.) Colonial days. 
(Books: 2.) 
De Weese (Dall), Canon City, Colo. : 

Lake Tuslumena, Alaska. (Dall De 
Weese's map of). (Maps and charts.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

April weather. Ednah Proctor 
Clarke; James H. Rogers. (Music.) 

Bid me to live. Robert Herrick; 
James II. Rogers. (Music.) 

Good-bye (A) Ednah Proctor 
Clarke; James H. Rogers. (Music.) 

Heavenly (The) song. Claude 
Lyttleton; Hamilton Gray. F. C. 
Macy. (Music.) 

Life's mystery. Florence Hoare. 
Joseph L. Roeckel. (Music.) 

Lord (The) is my light. A. W. Lan- 
sing. (Music.) 

Send out Thy light. Charles Fon- 
teyn Manney. (Music.) 

Slumber song. Friedrich W. Kiicken ; 
Frank J. Smith. (Music.) 
Dodd (Floreuce), London: 

Physical and gymnastic exercises 
specially adapted to piano playing. 
(Books: 2.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

Dunbar (Paul Laurence). Lyrics of 
the hearthside. (Books: 1.) 
Dodge (Katherine Taylor), Washington, 
D. C: 
Agency building. (Photographs.) 
Devils' dance. (Photographs.) 
Family scene. (Photographs.) 
Donaldson (R. M.), New York: 

"Best for lighthouse keeping." 
(Fine arts.) 
Donnell (Annie Hamilton), Kent's Hill, 
Me.: 

Donnell (A. H.) Jess and Johnny. 
(Books: 3.) 
Doubleday and McClure co., New York: 
Norris (Frank). McTeague. (Books: 

1.) 

Raymond (Walter). Two men 
O'Mendip. (Books: 1.) 
Dow (Mary Sherwood), Beloit, Wis. : 
Yanko-fandango-tra-la. Mary Sher- 
wood Dow. (Music.) 
Duncan (May Cranmer) Hanford, Cal. : 
Power (The) of love. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Dupont (Aime), New York : 

Bloodgood (Katherine). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Durand (A.) et fils, Paris: 

Gavotte. Auguste Pierret. (Music.) 
Houlette et fuseau. Auguste Pierret. 
(Music.) 

M6dee. Vincent d'Ludy. Score. 
(Music.) 



Duval (Mary V.), Pulaski, Tenn. : 

Queen (The) of the south. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Eastman (Samuel) & co., Concord, N. H. : 

Eastman (Samuel) & co. catalogue. 
(Books: 2.) 
Eaton (Seymour), Lansdowne, Pa. : 

Chicago (The) record's home-study 
circle, nos. 31-42. (Books: 3.) 
Echo music co., Lafayette, Ind. : 

How calm and beautiful. E. K. Hey- 
ser. (Music.) 

Under the stars. Allie Toland Criss ; 
Will Earhart. (Music.) 
Edison (Thomas A.), Orange, N. J. : 

Jones returns from the club. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Larks behind the scene. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Poker at Dawson City. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Rapids below Suspension bridge. 
(Photographs.) 
Egerton & co., London: 

Melody in G. Auguste Van Biene. 
(Music.) 
Elliott (Robert Clark) and Shelberg 
(Frank), Pescadero, Cal. : 

Deadlock (The). (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 

John Smith. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 

Love's busy morning. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 

Wanted, a maid. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 

Why? (Dramatic compositions.) 
Elson (A. W.) & co., Boston: 

Abou Simbel, rock and tombs. 
(Photographs.) 

David (Statue of) by Michelangelo. 
(Photographs.) 

Moses (Statue of) by Michelangelo. 
(Photographs.) 
Emerson (Charles Wesley), Boston: 

Human (The) brain; its friends and 
its foes. (Books: 3.) 
Enoch & co., Paris: 

Caprice Slave. Cesar Geloso. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Smart, polka. Rudolphe Berger. 
(Music.) 
Enoch & sons, London: 

It is the hour. Byron; Alois Volk- 
mer. (Music.) 

Shado wtown ferry. Frederick News ; 
Florence Gilbert. (Music.) 

Shepherdess. R. H. Elkin; A. L. 
(Music). 
Evans (D. O.), Youngstown, Ohio: 

Volunteer (The) never returned. 
William Beake Castleton; D. O. Evans. 
(Music.) 
Falk (B. J.), New York: 

Chadwick (Capt. F. E.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Eames (Emma). (Photographs.) 



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Falk (B. J.), New York: 

Evans (Capt. R. D.) (Photographs.) 

Philip (, Commodore J. W.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Fearis (J. S.) Chicago: 

Crossing the bar. Alfred Tennyson ; 
Wm. H. Pontius. (Music.) 
Fischer (Blanche Lillian), Buffalo: 

Cyrano De Bergerac waltzes, by 
Blanche Lillian Fischer. (Music.) 
Fischer (Carl), New York: 

Barcarolle. C. Chaminade; Gustav 
Saenger. (Music.) 

Bat (The). Theo. Moses-Tobani. 
(Music.) 

Coon's (A) love story. Ch. Arm and; 
L. P. Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Danse pastorale. C. Chaminade; 
Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 

Dinorah. William F. Kretschmer. 
(Music.) 

Fantaisie patriotique. J. B. Singe- 
lee; Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 

Fantaisie religieuse. J. B. Singelee; 
Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 

From foreign lands. M. Moszkow- 
ski; Williain F. Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Guiding (The) star. Emil Ascher. 
(Music.) 

Intermezzo sinfonico. P. Mascagni. 
(Music.) 

Lac (Le) des fees. D. F. E. Auber; 
Theo. Moses-Tobani. (Music.) 

Lisonjera (La). C. Chaminade; 
Gustav Saenger. (Music.) 

Loves proposal. Theo. M. Tobani. 
(Music.) 

Medley schottische. L. O. De Witt. 
(Music.) 

Medley waltz. Carl Engel. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Morena (La). C. Chaminade; Gus- 
tav Saenger. (Music ) 

Odalisque. Turkish march. Wil- 
liam F. Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Plunkville (The) serenade. L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Rose (La) intermezzo. Emil Ascher. 
(Music.) 

Salute to nations. William F. 
Kretschmer. (Music.) 

"Shoa." L. P. Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Slavonic dance. A. Dvorak ; William 
F. Kretschmer. (Music.) 

Smoky Sam. A. M. Roberts; L. P. 
Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Soldiers' chorus from "Faust." Ch. 
Gounod; L. P. Laurendeau. (Music.) 

Sweet summer rose. Charles Ar- 
mand. (Music.) 

Tickler (A). L. O. De Witt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Yiolin studies, by Hans Sitt ; Gustav 
Saenger. (Music.) 

Yelva. Overture. C. G. Reissiger; 
Theo. Moses-Tobani. (Music.) 



Fishel (Martha), U. S. : 

Fishel (M.) That catacomb story. 
(Books: 3.) 
Flanner (Joseph), Milwaukee: 

Make way for Cindy. A. C. Sever- 
ance. (Music.) 
Forberg (Otto), Leipzig: 

Abendglocken. Otto von Walden. 
(Music.) 

Bei den zigeunern. Charles Morley. 
(Music.) 

Dort, wo mein miitterchen mich sang 
zum schlummer ein, in jenem heimaths- 
ort mucht' ich begraben sein. Otto 
von Walden. (Music.) 

Hirtenstiindchen. Otto von Walden. 
(Music.) 

In der sennhiitte. Charles Morley. 
(Music.) 

Post (Die). Charles Morley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Spinnlied. Charles Morley. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Traum der nachtigall. Otto von 
Walden. (Music.) 

Was sich die bluruen erziihlen. 
Charles Morley. (Music.) 

Wiegenlied. Charles Morley. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

Deutsche (Der) sang. Felix Drae- 
seke. (Music.) 

Fiinflieder. Richard Strauss, nos. 
1-5. (Music.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London: 

Birthday presents. George A. Ste- 
vens. (Music.) 

Flo, the waterman's daughter. J. P. 
Harrington; Geo. Le Brunn. (Music.) 

Happy go lucky. Ernest F. Hamp- 
ton. (Music.) 

Has any one seen our cat? Frank 
Leo. (Music.) 

Hulloa, hulloa, hulloa. Geo. Rollit, 
Geo. Le Brunn. (Music.) 

I love another love. A. J. Mills; Al- 
bert Perry. (Music.) 

I'll oblige. A.J.Mills; Harry Cast- 
ling. (Music.) 

Oh, if mamma only knew. Lawrence 
Barclay; Fred. Murray. (Music.) 

One at a time. Murray and Leigh ; 
Geo. Le Brunn. (Music.) 

Persian (The) girls. Chas. Dean; 
Harry Boden. (Music.) 
Franzmathes (H. A.) and Ernst (Chas. 
F.), Philadelphia : 

Name the wedding day. Chas. F. 
Ernst; H. A. Franzmathes. (Music.) 
Fraser (Flora M.), Chicago: 

Alone in Greater New York. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Fries (Albert), New Y'ork: 

Hunter's (The) favorite. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints. ) 

If you dare. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 



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Frink (Harry Arthur), Boston: 

Anxious (Au) moment. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
At play. (Photographs.) 
Happy (A) family. (Photographs.) 
Little philosophers. (Photographs.) 
Three little kittens. (Photographs ) 
Uninvited guests. (Photographs.) 
What is it? (Photographs.) 

Frishie (Frank Dunlap), Newton, Mass. : 
Frishie (F. D.) SirTommy. (Books: 

1.) 
Fritz (Rose), Syracuse, N. Y. : 

My wedding hells. Rose Fritz. 
(Music.) 
Fuller (Edward), Providence, R. I. : 

Fuller (E.) The Malcolms. (Books: 
3.) 
Fuller (George R.) co., Rochester: 

Fuller (George R.) co., Rochester, N. 
Y. Artificial limhs. (Books: 1.) 
Fuller (William H.), New York: 

Fuller (W. H.) Claude Monet and 
his paintings. (Books: 1.) 
Funk and Wagnalls co., New York: 

Wilkinson (William Cleaver). The 
epic of Paul. (Books: 1.) 
Gallup (C.H.) & co.. Poughkeepsie, N. 
Y.: 

Co. K, 1st reg't, N. Y. vols. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Gardner (Rankin), Chicago: 

American (An) Indian. (Fine arts.) 
Gehhie pub. co., ltd., Philadelphia: 

New (The) national cyclopaedia and 
treasury of knowledge. (Books: 1.) 

Spofford ( Ains worth Rand) and Shap- 
ley (Rufus Edmond). The library of 
wit and humor, prose and poetry. 
(Books: 1.) 
George (Herbert), Denver: 

Berry (J. L.) Denver and Colorado. 
(Books: 2.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland: 
Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Germer (Heinrich), Dresden, Germany: 
Unter'm weihnachtsbaume. Under 
the Christmas tree. Heinrich Germer. 
Nos. 1-3, 5, and 8. (Music.) 
Geyer (Mary), Pittsburg: 

Pittsburg high school march and two- 
step, by Mary Geyer. (Music.) 
Gibbud (Henry B.), Springfield, Mass.: 
Gibbud (H. B.) Whittling Johnny. 
(Books: 2.) 
Gilbert (Leslie L.), Montgomery, Ala. : 
" Sunshine (The) in your eyes." By 
Leslie L. Gilbert. (Music.) 
Glomb (John C), Pittsburg: 

Charge of cavalry. John C. Glomb. 
(Music.) 
'Godfrey (Wm. B.), Philadelphia: 

" Jesus glorified." AVin. B. Godfrey. 
(Music.) 



Graves (F. A.), Chicago : 

Go forward. S. A. Templeton; F. A. 
Graves. (Music.) 
Gregory (John F.), Kansas City, Mo. : 
Kings (The) and queens of the range. 
(Books: 2.) 
Griffin (John), Pittsburg: 

Our heroes homeward march. John 
Griffin. (Music.) 
Guerin (F. W.), St. Louis: 

Dreaming. (Photographs.) 
Expectation. (Photographs.) 
He cometh not. (Photographs.) 
On the beach. (Photographs.) 
Roses. (Photographs.) 
Thoughts of love. (Photographs.) 
Waiting. (Photographs.) 
Hale (Chas.), Philadelphia: 

At a Darktown cake walk. Chas. 
Hale. (Music.) 
Hamelle (J.), Paris : 

Trois valses. Ch. M. Widor; J. 
Danbs. (Music.) 
Hardman, Peck & co., New York : 

Hardman (The) piano, manufactured 
by Hardman, Peck & co. (Books: 2.) 
Harms (T. B.) & co., New York: 

Great (The) ruby waltz. John J. 
Dunn. (Music.) 

Sweet Suzanne. Howard Graham; 
Chas. Graham. (Music.) 
Harrington (W. P.) and Remington (H. 
P. ), Virginia City, Nev. : 

Voter's (The) guide. (Books: 2.) 
Harvey (John Martin), London: 

Only (The) way. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Agility. Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
(Books: 2.) (Music.) 
Alphabet (The). Felix Le Couppey; 
Jaroslaw de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Chapel (The) in the valley. For the 
pianoforte, by H. Engelmann. (Music.) 
Difficulty. Felix Le Couppey ; Jaros- 
law de Zielinski. (Music.) 

Fifteen studies in mechanism. Felix 
Le Couppey; Jaroslaw de Zielinski. 
(Music.) 

If I were you. Clayton Johns. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Virtuosity. Felix Le Couppey; Ja- 
roslaw de Zielinski. (Books: 2.) 

Whirling (The) dervish. H. Engel- 
mann. (Music.) 
Hawkins (Charles A.), York, Pa. : 

Pennsylvania. First judicial district 
(Select cases in equity argued and de- 
termined in the court of common pleas 
of the). (Books: 1.) 
Heinemann (William), London: 

Harris (Frank). The real Shake- 
speare. (Books: 2.) 
Pleinrichshofen's verlag, Magdeburg, Ger- 
many : 
Jesuslied. Eugen Hildach. (Music.) 



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Hemy (Thomas M.), Brooklyn: 

Battle (The) of Santiago. (Fine arts. ) 
Sinking (The) of the Merrimac. 
(Fine arts.) 
Herring (John R.), Kingston, N. Dak. : 
Sargent county, IS T . Dak. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Herrington & Pitney, Eagle Bridge, 
N.J.: 

"We'll spend an hour with Jesus." 
J. H. Pitney; J. Wells Herrington. 
(Music.) 
Hesslein (Max), Newark, N. J. : 

" Birth of the chrysanthemum." 
(Photographs.) 
Heugel et cie., Paris: 

Bapteme (Le) de Clovis. Theodore 
Dubois. (Music.) 
Hill (J.L.) printing co., Richmond, Ya. : 
Hill (J. L.) printing co.'s directory 
of Norfolk. Portsmouth, and Berkley, 
Va. 1899.' (Books: 1.) 
Hinds & Nohle, New York : 

Lessing [Gotthold Ephraim]. Les- 
sing's PZmilia Galotti. (Books: 1.) 

Lessing [Gotthold Ephraim]. Les- 
sing's Minna von Barnhelni. (Books: 

1.) 

Lessing [Gotthold Ephraim], Les- 
sing's Nathan <ler Weise. (Books: 1.) 

Schiller [Johann Christoph Fried- 
rich von]. Schiller's Der neffe als 
onkel. (Books: 1.) 

Schiller [Johann Christoph Fried- 
rich von]. Schiller's Wilhelm Tell. 
(Books: 1.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York : 

Evans (George W.) Algebra for 
schools. (Books: 1.) 
Howard (Flora Parris), Los Angeles, 
Cal.: 

Howard (F. P. ) Idols dethroned and 
dominion over the animal kingdom. 
(Books: 1.) 
Howe (Elbridge), Millbury, Mass. : 

Banker and greenback; or Financial 
Jack. (Rules for game.) (Books: 2.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 

Angel (The) of poverty lane. Dan 
Packard; Leo E. Berliner. (Music.) 

Michaele's song, from "Little Italy." 
Horace B. Fry. (Music.) 

Mid silks and satins. F. H. Fulford. 
(Music.) 

Miss Phelps climbed the alps. Karl 
Kennett; Lyn Udall. (Music.) 

Mr. Coon, you're all right in your 
place. Bob Cole and Billy Johnson. 
(Music.) 
Hug (Gebriider) & co., Leipzig: 

Sturmlied, fur mannerchor. Josef 
Frischen. (Music.) 
Huntley (Florence), U. S. : 

Huntley (F.) Harmonies of evolu- 
tion. (Books: 1.) 



Hyman (Max R.), Indianapolis: 

Anticipation waltzes. Rud. Knauer. 
(Music.) 

Flight of the butterilies. Rud. 
Knauer. (Mnsic.) 
Hyne (Cutcliffe), Londou: 

Hyne (Cutcliffe). A matter of jus- 
tice. (Books: 3.) 
Ilsen & co., Cincinnati: 

Dance of the blackbirds. Frank G. 
Baker. (Mnsic.) 
Jacobs (Walter), Boston: 

Jacobs's easy guitar folio, no. 1. 
(Music book.) 
Jahn (Carl), Columbus, Ohio: 

Ohio, circuit court of. Reports of 
cases argued and determined. (Books : 
2.) 
Jenkins (Samuel L.), Philadelphia: 

Drifting leaves. Waltz. Samuel L. 
Jenkins. (Music.) 
Johnston (Saville), Boston: 

Harvard habits. (Books: 2.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (Thej in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Keim (De B. Randolph), Washington: 

Keim (De B. R.) Our Alaskan 
wonderland and Klondike neighbor. 
(Books: 1.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 

Case (A) of unprofitable bullying. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Degenerate (A). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints. ) 

Democratic (A) indignation meeting. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Exposing fiction. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Four (The) Georges. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Hardened to it. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Hero-craze (The) in Frozen Dog. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Historical. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Illustrated sentiment. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Not quite what she meant. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Outcome (The). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Rashness punished. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Risky fun. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Rolling (A) capture. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Satter (A). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints. ) 

Sentiment versus fact. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

She protests. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Smashed record and hopes. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 



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Keppler & Schwarzinann, New York: 
Solemn (A) warning. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Staving it off. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Suspicious. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Kiley (M. J.), Boston: 

Boston and New York tides. Jan., 
1899. (Books: 2.) 
Kimball (Frank E.), Chelmsford, Mass. : 
McKinley (President) leaving the 
state house, escorted by Gov. Wolcott. 
(Photographs.) 
Kipling (Rudyard), London: 

Kipling (R.) The moral reformers: 
Stalky & co. 1. (Books: 3.) 
Kitselman bros., Ridgeville, Ind. : 

Kitselman bros. The duplex auto- 
matic ball-bearing woven-wire fence 
machine. 1883-1899. (Books: 2.) 
Knafii & bro., Knoxville, Tenn. : 

"Three black crows." (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Knowies (Isaac H.), Philadelphia: 

Will I rind my papa here? George 
W. Thornton. (Music.) 
Kuhnen (Nicholas) co., Davenport, 
Iowa : 

"Annie Laurie." (Photographs.) 
Lammers (P. J.), Baltimore: 

Up in the mountain so high. H. W. 
Morrison. (Music.) 

Virginius waltzes, for piano, by G. 
Rosenberg. (Music.) 
Langhome (Jacob Vickery), Norfolk, Va. : 
She was born in old Virginia. J. V. 
Langhome; Robert E. Whittemore. 
(Music.) 
Lawyers' cooperative pub. co., Rochester: 
General Digest, American and Eng- 
lish. Quarterly advance sheets. 
(Books: 1.) 
Le Mastre (Catheriue M.) St. Louis, Mo. : 
Dramatic club march. Catherine M. 
Le Mastre. (Music.) 
Levy (Florence Nightingale) aud Talbot 
(ElishaH.), New York: 
American art annual, 1898. (Books: 

1.) 
Life pub. co., New York: 

I thought I heard Mr. Squeesicks 
kissing you last night, [etc.] (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Sports of the ancients. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Lillebridge (Geo. H.), Washington : 

We have drauk from the same can- 
teen. Col. James G. Halpine; G. H. 
Lillebridge. (Music.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Graphic shorthand. (Books: 3.) 
Litchfield (Mary E.), Boston: 

[Addison, Joseph], The Sir Roger 
de C overly papers from the Spectator. 
(Books: 1.) 



Little, Brown & co., Boston: 

Lagerlof (Selma). The miracles of 
Antichrist. Translated from the Swed- 
ish by Pauline Bancroft Flach. 
(Books: 1.) 
Long (Elias A.), Buffalo: 

Acetylene gas for popular lighting. 
(Books: 2.) 
Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio. 

Awake, my soul. Finley Lyon. 
(Music.) 

Bells (The) of Eastertide. E. G. Van 
Orsdell. (Music.) 

Christ arose. Chas. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 

Christ being raised. Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. (Music.) 

Christ is risen. Michael Weisse; 
George Marks Evans. (Music.) 

Christ our passover. E. L. Ashford. 
(Music.) 

Come unto Me. J. M. Dungan. 
(Music.) 

Come unto Me. Chas. Edw. Prior. 
(Music.) 

Consider the lilies. E. S. Lorenz. 
(Music.) 

Easter alleluia. E. L. Ashford. 
(Music.) 

Easter gladness. Anna Chichester; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Easter hallelujah. E. S. Lorenz. 
(Music.) 

God is love. Finley Lyon. (Music.) 

I will lift up mine eyes. J. A. Parks. 
(Music.) 

Jerusalem, the golden. Bernard of 
Cluny; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

King (The) of glory. Anthem by 
J. A. Parks. (Music.) 

O clap your hands ! Chas. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.)" 

O Lord, how manifold. Anthem by 
Finley Lyon. (Music.) 

On our way rejoicing. F. R. Haver- 
gal; W. J. Baltzell. (Music.) 

Praise ye Jehovah's name. Wm. 
Edie Marks. (Music.) 

Ride on in majesty. Henry M. Mil- 
man; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Seek ye the Lord. E. L. Ashford. 
(Music.) 

Shout unto God. J. Wesley Hughes. 
(Music.) 

Sing we alleluia! E. L. Ashford. 
(Music.) 

Song of victory. Gerard Moultrie ; 
E. L. Ashford. (Music. ) 

There is a green hill far away. C. F. 
Alexander; J. A. Parks. (Music.) 

Therefore with joy. H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

Thou shalt arise. Anthem by Edwin 
Moore. (Music.) 

Thy will be doue. Charlotte Elliott ; 
William H. Pontius. (Music.) 



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Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

To Thy pastures. Hymn anthem. 
W. B. Manning. (Music.) 
Lowry (Robert), Plaintield, N. J. : 

Anywhere with Jesus. R. L. (Mu- 
sic.) 

As Jesus prayed. S. D. Phelps; R. 
L. (Music.) 

At the door. Una Locke; R. L. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Blessed river. Words by Bonar ; mu- 
sic by R. L. (Music.) 

Closer to me. Mrs. E. Prentiss; R. 
L. (Music.) 

Come near unto Me. Julia A. Math- 
ews; R. L. (Music.) 

Here am I. Mrs. Annie S. Hawks ; R. 
L. (Music.) 

In the valley. Mrs. Annie S. Hawks ; 
R.L. (Music.) 

Let the Master in. S. D. Phelps; R. 
L. (Music.) 

Linger no longer. Words and music 
by R. Lowry. (Music.) 

Little children, you may come. Julia 
A.Mathews; R.L. (Music.) 

Mountain of the Lord. R. L. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Rifted (The) rock. L. T. H. ; R. L. 
(Music.) 

Something for Jesus. S.D.Phelps; 
R.L. (Music.) 

Who'll be the next? Mrs. Annie S. 
Hawks; R.L. (Music.) 
Luckhardt's musik-verlag, Leipzig: 

Finkenschlag. Gottfried Angerer. 
(Music.) 

Zigeunergelage. Aruoldo Sartorio. 
(Music.) 
Ludden (A.), Tacoma, Wash. : 

Mt. Tacoma. Water front, no. 233. 
(Photographs.) 
McArthur (Peter), U. S. : 

McArthnr (Peter). With the aid of 
the widow. (Books: 3.) 
MacCartney (Frederic), Rockland, Mass. : 

MacCartuey (Frederic O.) The gift 
of womanhood. (Books: 2.) 
McCormick (Rosemary Estelle), Pitts- 
burg: 

Old glory waltz, by Rosemary Estelle 
McCormick. (Music.) 
Maille (Joseph), New Orleans: 

Myeananda (Swanii). Definition of 
words, including suggestions for occult 
practices to attain success. (Books: 
2.) 
Marion (T. W.), New York : 

St. John the Baptist. (Photographs.) 
Martin (T. J.), Springfield, Mass. : 

Playing rules and schedule of the 
National polo ass'n. (Books: 2.) 
Masonic history co., New York : 

Mackey (Albert Gallatin). The his- 
tory of free masonry. (Books: 1.) 
Mayes (Lorenzo Dow), ew York: 

Pure democracy. (Books: 2.) 



Mellen (George E.), Chicago: 

New pointers for amateurs. (Books: 
2.) 
Melville (Wilbert), Washington, D. C. : 
Court (The) of inquiry appointed to 
investigate the allegations made by 
General Miles, as to the army rations 
issued during the Spanish-American 
war. (Photographs.) 

Miles (General) before the court of 
inquiry in session at Lemon building, 
Washington, D. C. (Photographs.) 
Memorial press, New York : 

Printing for private circulation. 
(Books: 2.) 
Merck & co., New York: 

Merck's 1899 manual of the materia 
medica. (Books: 1.) 
Metropolitan music co., Minneapolis: 
Frank David's cake walk and two- 
step. Frank David. (Music.) 
Meyer bros. & co., New York : 

Sailor of the United States. (Fine 
arts.) 
Miller (William), Macon, Ga. : 

Miller (William). The world as it 
really is. (Books: 2.) 

Millet (Charles Sumner), Brockton, 
Mass. : 
Adult diet list. (Books: 2.) 
Mills (F. A.), New York: 

I wants my Hannah. Al Johns. (Mu- 
sic.) 

I'm livin' easy. Irving Jones. (Mu- 
sic.) 

In dreams I think of thee. W. Mur- 
dockLind; W. Sheppard Camp. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Mitchell (Ellen M.), Syracuse, N. Y. : 

Mitchell ( Ellen M . ) The Paradise of 
Dante. (Books: 2.) 
Molineus (George), New York: 

Gavotta no. 2. J.W. Lerman. (Mu- 
sic.) 

March of the monks, J. W. Lerman. 
(Music.) 

Organ (The), v. 10. no. 56. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Moore (Geo. F.), Detroit: 

Masonic directory. (Books: 2.) 
Mound City paint and color co., St. Louis : 
Decorators (The). (Photographs.) 
"Do you see the point?" (Photo- 
graphs.) 

'•Pleasant (A) task." (Photographs.) 
Napton (Frank). Boston : 

Killarney, by Frank Napton, (Pho- 
tographs.) 
National music co., Chicago : 

Geranium schottiscbe. A. H. Ro 
Sewig. (Music.) 
Naylor (E. T), Chicago : 

How to conduct a general agency 
mail-order business at home. (Books; 2.) 



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Nebraska clothing co., Omaha: 

Nebraska clothing co., Kansas City, 
Mo. (Books: 2.) 

Omaha, Nebr. (Books: 2.) 
Newell (John P.), Newton, Iowa: 

Romping with Irene. John P. 
Newell. (Music.') 
Newnes (George), ltd., New York : 
Curiosities. (Books: 2.) 
Doyle (A. Conan). Round the fire. 
(Boohs: 2.) 
New York life insurance co., New York: 

"Nylic." (Books: 2.) 
Nollen (John Seholte), Grinnell, Iowa: 
Kleist (Heinrich von). Prinz Fried- 
rich von Homburg. (Books: 1.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London: 

Come, ye children. (Music.) 
Olsson (J. F.) & co., Cambridge, Mass. : 
Automedon and horses of Achilles. 
(Photographs.) 
Christ at Emmaus. (Photographs.) 
Orr (Mrs. James), Canada: 

Omdurman march. Mrs. James Orr. 
(Music.) 
Ostrander (Win. Chesebrough), New 
York : 

Wuzzle. (Fine arts.) 
Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee: 

After the ball. (Fine arts.) 
Page (David B.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Page (D. B.) The vision of U-mus- 
sho-ine. (Books: 2.) 
Paige (David O.), Detroit, Mich. : 

Easter day. Mrs. David O. Paige; 
Mrs. Allan Howard Frazer. (Music.) 

Jesus garden. Mrs. David O. Paige; 
Mrs. Allan Howard Frazer. (Music.) 

Little temples. Mrs. David O. Paige ; 
Mrs. Allan Howard Frazer. (Music.) 

Lullaby. Mrs. David O. Paige; Mrs. 
Allan Howard Frazer. (Music.) 
Parker (John H.),U. S. : 

Catlings (The) at San Juan. 
(Books: '3.) 
Pentecostal pub. co., Louisville, Ky. : 

Davis (S. J. S.) The origin of the 
book of Mormon. (Books: 1.) 
Pepper (J. W.), Philadelphia : 

Gay Atlantic City march. James M. 
Fulton. (Music.) 

I'll be a sister to you. F. Beyer. 
Band. (Music.) 

Orchestra. (Music.) 

I've scratched you off ma list. 
Schottische. F. Beyer. Band. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Mamma, don't be cross with me. F. 
Beyer. (Music.) 

She is more to be pitied than cen- 
sured. Wm. B. Gray; F.Beyer. Full 
orchestra. (Music.) 
Peterson (E. Frank), Vermillion, S. Dak. : 
Grant county, S. Dak. (Maps and 
charts.) 



Pinkham (Wm. P.), Woonsocket, R. I. : 

Pinkham ( W. P. ) The Lamb of God. 
(Books: 1.) 
Polish pub. co., Chicago: 

August II. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Jan III.. Sobieski. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Leszczynski (Stanislaw). (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Wisniowiecki (Michal). (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Pond (Wm. A.) & co., New York: 

Christ triumphant. C. H. Tebbs. 
(Music.) 

Open ye the gates. C. H. Tebbs. 
(Music.) 

Silent (The) land. Words by H. W. 
Longfellow ; music by Alfred E. Little. 
(Music.) 
Press publishing co., New York: 

Black (A) sheep of the "400." (Books: 
3.) 
Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia: 

Carnival fancies, by W. K. Bassford. 
(Music.) 

Cheerful and serene. C. Bohm ; E. A. 
Berg. (Music.) 

Childhood's pictures. F. L. Eyer. 
(Music.) 

Country (A) dance. Wm. K. Bass- 
ford. (Music.) 

Dancing (The) bear. Bruno Wan- 
delt; Frank L. Eyer. (Music.) 

Evening chimes. Carl Heins; E. A. 
Berg. (Music.) 

Five miniatures. A.Schmoll. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Golden wedding minuet. G. Karg- 
anoff. (Music.) 

Graces (The). G. Wartenstein; 
Frank L. Eyer. (Music.) 

I cannot help loving thee. Arthur 
L. Brown. (Music.) 

If the world belonged to me. Wm. 
C.Campbell; Paul Gabriel. (Music.) 

Light and shadow. C. Gurlitt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Little fantasies. Ed. Poldini; Carl 
Hoffman. (Music.) 

Mazurka caprice. A. Ferner. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Menuet. H. Scholz; Thos. a'Becket. 
(Music.) 

Momento giojoso. M. Moszkowski. 
Revised and fingered by C. von Stern- 
berg. (Music.) 

Mystery. Paul Wachs; Chas.W. Lan- 
don. (Music.) 

Secret (The) wish. Fidelis Zitter- 
bart. (Music.) 

Society march. H. Engelmann. (Mu- 
sic.) 

South Carolina tickle. Adam Geibel. 
(Music.) 

Sunshine on the prairie. Alfred 
Grainger. (Music.) 



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Presser (Theodore); Philadelphia, Pa. : 
Swallows (The). G. Bachmann ; Thos. 
a'Becket. (Music.) 

To the hunt. G. Wartenstein ; Frank 
L. E yer. (Music.) 

Valse brillante. H. L. Read. (Mu- 
sic.) 

16 light characteristic pieces. J. 
Coucone. (Music.) 

36 short uielodie studies. Felix 
Smith; C. von Sternberg. (Music.) 
Preston (Albert L.), Minneapolis, Minn. : 
Preston's pocket directory of Minne- 
apolis. (Books: 2.) 
Purely (J. E.) & co., Boston : 

Phelan (Rev. J. P.) (Photographs.) 
Ray (C. F.), Asheville, N. C. : 
Cherubs. (Photographs.) 
Swannanoa river. (Photographs.) 
Reeder (David H.), Chicago: 

Reeder (David H.) Home health club. 
(Books: 2.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Hillis (Newell Dwight). Prisoners of 
hope. (Books: 3.) 
Ricordi (G.) <k co., Milan, Italy: 

Leiden (Das) Christi. L. Perosi; 
Gaetano Luporini. (Music.) 

Risurrezione (La) di Cristo. Lorenzo 
Perosi; Ugo Solazzi. (Music.) 
Rieter - Biedermann (J.), Leipzig, Ger- 
many: 

Sonate. Camillo Schumann. (Music.) 
Rogers (Ed.), New York: 

Excuse me. Ed. Kogers; Seymour 
Furth. (Music.) 
Rogers & Eastman, Cleveland: 

Alabama rose, cake walk, J. G. Lid- 
dicoat. (Music.) 
Rose (Ye) studio, Providence: 

P. E. Clergy of the diocese of R. I. 
(Photographs.) 
Royer (John S.), Versailles, Ohio: 

Rover (J. S.) A complete correlated 
geography. (Books: 1.) 
S. S. board of Ref. church, Philadelphia: 
Hearts to heaven and voices raise. 
Christopher Wordsworth; W. A. H. 
Hinnershitz. (Music.) 
Saenger (E.), New York: 

Columbia (The) folio. Julius H. 
Karp. (Music books.) 
Salzer (W.), Leipzig: 

Fiinf gedichte. (Music.) 
Zweilieder. (Music.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 
Alderson, Incl. T. (Maps and charts.) 
Batesville, Ind. (Maps and charts.) 
Cameron, Ind. T. (Maps and charts.) 
Campbell, Cal. Maps and charts.) 
Davenport, Wash. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Ebensburg, Pa. (Maps and charts.) | 
Hartford, S. Dak. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Kingston, N. Y. (Maps and charts.) 
Millbury, Mass. (Maps and charts.) 



Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Morrisville, N.Y. (Maps and charts.) 

Oakesdale, Wash. (Maps and charts.) 

Poteau, Ind. T. (Maps and charts.) 

Rantoul, 111. (Maps and charts.) 

Ritzville, Wash. (Maps and charts. ) 

Sibley, 111. (Maps and charts.) 

Spangle, W ash. (Maps and charts.) 

West Salem, Ohio. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Sandifur (O. B.), Frankfort : 

Farmer's (The) grain calculator. 
(Books: 2.) 
Sarli (D. A.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Honey, you done gone foolish. Mal- 
colm Williams; Domenic A. Sarli. 
(Music.) 

She used to love her honey, but she 
doesn't no more. George Hammond; 
D. A. Sarli. (Music.) 

Suburban park march and two-step ; 
Domenic A. Sarli. (Music.) 
Schirmer (G.),New York: 

Bring her again to me. W. E. Hen- 
ley; Frank Seymour Hastings. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Echo (The) in the heart. Henry 
Van Dyke; Frank Seymour Hastings. 
(Music) 

LTegie. Henri Em. (Music.) 

In Thee, O God, do I put my trust. 
Max Spicker. (Music.) 

O Lamb of God. .3 as. Geo. Deck; 
Louis C. .Jacoby. (Music.) 

Scene lyrique. Henri Ern. (Music.) 
Schlam (Hugo V.), New York: 

In Pekin. William Loraine. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Savannah Lou. Fred Raymond; 
Harry S. Marion. (Music.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Brook (The) and the wave. Charles 
P. Scott. (Music.) 

Campanella. Charles P. Scott. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day. 
John Francis Barnett. (Music.) 

Gently, Lord, O gently lead us. 
P. A. Schnecker. (Music.) 

Guide me, O Thou Great Jehovah. 
P. A. Schnecker. (Music.) 

In Vienna. Charles P. Scott. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Lead, kindly light. P. A. Schnecker. 
(Music.) 

Majestic. Charles P. Scott. (Music.) 

Pilgrims of the night. E. W. Hans- 
com. (Music.) 

Widow (A) bird. Charles P. Scott. 
(Music.) 
Schott's (B.) sohne, Mayence, Germany: 

Svstematische accord-studien, von 
Emil Kross; C. Erben. Heft 1-3. 
(Music.) 

Systematische doppelgriff-s t u d i e n 
Emil Kross; C. Erben. (Music.) 



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Schuberth (Edward) & co., New York: 

Impromptu. Hugo Reinhold; Hein- 
rich Germer. (Music.) 

In the gipsy camp. Ff. Behr; Hein- 
rich Germer. (Music.) 

On the mead. Heinrich Lichner; 
Heinrich termer. (Music.) 

Scarf dance. C. Chaminade; Hein- 
rich Germer. (Music.) 

Solfeggietto. Em. Bach; Heinrich 
Germer. (Music.) 

Three songs. W. J. McCoy. Nos. 
1-3. (Music.) 

25 easy and progressive studies, by 
C. H. Doring : op. 8. Heinrich Germer. 
Books 1-3. (Music.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

April (The) book buyer. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Barrows (John Henry). The Chris- 
tian conquest of Asia. (Books: 1.) 

Pilch er (James E.) First aid in ill- 
ness and injury. (Books: 1.) 

Robertson (Harrison). "If I were a 
man." (Books: 1.) 

Scribner's for March. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Scribner's magazine. (Books: 2.) 
Senff (Bartholf), Leipzig, Germany : 

Sonate, D dur. Domenico Scarlatti; 
Sofie Menter. (Music.) 

Zwei sonaten. Francesco Durante; 
Sofie Menter. (Music.) 
Sharpies (Joseph, jr.), Pawtucket, R. I. : 

My Caroline. By Joseph Sharpies, 
jr. (Music.) 

Sounds from Manila. Joseph Sharp- 
ies, jr. (Music.) 
Shaver (Leander), Eau Claire, Wis. : 

Shaver (L.) Shaver's system for 
cutting boys' pants. (Books: 2.) 
Sheard (Charles) & co., London : 

Duty (The) of a wife. Murray & 
Leigh. (Music.) 
Sheatz (John O. ), Philadelphia : 

Possum (De) hunt. Harvey Johns. 
(Music.) 
Silver, Burdett & co., Boston: 

Advanced exercises for the thumb. 
Albert Ross Parsons ; Kate D. Chitten- 
den. (Music.) 
Simon (Carl), Berlin: 

Letzte (Die) loge. Albert Werken- 
thin. 2 ed. (Music.) 
Simrock (N.), Berlin: 

Sechs lieder. Eugen d' Albert, nos. 
1-6. (Music. ) 
Smith (Charles Asa), Oakland, Cal. : 

Take my heart, O Christ, my Saviour. 
C.A.Smith. (Music.) 
Smith (J. Charlton), Indianapolis : 

Human hearts, mazurka. V. Cassler. 
(Music.) 
Smith (Mortimer), Saugerties, N. Y. : 

Smith (M. ) Bible truths laid naked. 
(Books: 2.) 



Smith (Oscar), New York: 

D. no. 5. (Photographs.) 

D. no. 10. (Photographs.) 

Spaulding (George L.), New York: 

My old Virginia home. W. H. Asshe- 
ton. (Music.) 
Spectator co., New York : 

Fire (The) insurance pocket index. 
1899. (Books: 2.) 
Stahl (Wm. C), Milwaukee : 

Jeremiah's symphony. Wm. C. Stahl. 
(Music.) 
Stark (Ferd.) co., New York: 

Derby (Mrs. R. H.) (Photographs.) 
Low (A. A.) (Photographs.) 
Low (Hon. Seth). (Photographs.) 
Starr (Thomas A.), Goshen, Ind. : 

Cuban war map. (Maps and charts.) 
Fourth - of- July number. ' ' The 
morning republican." (Chromos and 
lithographs. ) 
Stearns (D. H.), Portland, Oreg. : 

God's light leading. (Books: 2.) 
Sterling remedy co., Indiana Mineral 
Springs, Ind. : 
Baby sleeps. (Photographs.) 
They work while you sleep. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 
Stern (Jos. W.) & co., New York: 

Mariposa (La). Wm. Y. Tyers. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Stevens (Fred. Park), Colorado Springs, 
Colo. : 
I'll not tell. (Photographs.) 
Stewart & Bauer, Philadelphia: 

Hot corn. Paul Eno. (Music.) 
Stoker (Bram), London: 

Stoker (B.) Chin music. (Books: 3.) 
Stone (Herbert S.) & co., Chicago: 

Pool (Maria Louise). Sand'n' 
bushes. (Books: 1.) 
Strand (Walter), Dyea, Alaska: 
AtlinCity. (Photographs.) 
Street & Smith, New York: 

Carter (Nicholas). Two plus two; 
or, A millionaire forger. (Books: 2.) 

Fitch (Clarke). A gauntlet of fire. 
(Books: 2.) 
Strobndge litho. co., Cincinnati : 

Drinking. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 
Insult. (Chromos and lithographs.) 
Stuff (Harry S.), Lincoln, Nebr. : 

Disagreeable (A) family affair. 
(Books: 2.) 
Talbot (Henry P.), Boston: 

Talbot (H. P.) An introductory 
course of quantitative chemical analy- 
sis, (Books: 1.) 
Taylor (J. James), Scranton, Pa. : 

Carbondale city directory for 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Thatcher & King, Lewiston, Idaho: 

Idaho (Prospector's map of central). 
(Maps and charts.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Thayer (H. D.), Baltimore: 

Hotel Reunert. Baltimore city 
guide and tradesmen's index. (Books: 

2.) 
Thiebes-Stierlin music co., St. Louis: 
Cotton pickin' jubilee. Harry Gil- 
bert. (Music.) 

1903 two-step. Harry Gilbert. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Thompson (E. ) co., Northport, L. I., N. Y. : 
g£r" Encyclopedia (The) of pleading and 

practice. (Books: 1.) 
Todd (Wm. Edward, jr.), Washington, 
I D.C.: 

Matinee (The) girl. Wm. Edward 
"Todd, jr. (Music.) 
Tomlin (C.) and Wm. Cashmore, Gorham, 
Me.: 

Heavenward (The) side. Clement 
Tomlin; William Cashmore. (Music.) 
Wonderful news. Clement Tomlin ; 
William Cashmore. (Music.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York: 

"Marechal (Le) Ferrant." (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Tousey (Frank), New York: 

Pluck and luck. (Books: 2.) 
Secret service. (Books: 2.) 
Towne (W. E.), Holyoke, Mass. : 

Towne (W. E.) Practical mind sci- 
ence. (Books: 2.) 
Trabadelo (A. de), Paris: 

Paola. A. de Trabadelo. (Music.) 
Trifet (F.), Boston: 

Heart of my heart. Mary Parks; 
Frances C. Robinson. (Music.) 

" Oregon," queen of the sea. Two- 
step, by Frances C. Robinson. (Music. ) 
Trover (Howard D.), Salem, Oreg. : 

Multnoma delegation, special session, 
1898, Oregon state legislature. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Oregon legislature, 1899, House; 
twentieth biennial session. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Oregon legislature, Senate, 1899; 
twentieth biennial session. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Simon (Hon. Joseph), U S. senator. 
(Photographs. ) 
Tunison (Henry Cuthbert), Jacksonville, 
111.: 

Illinois (New railway, distance and 
township map of). (Maps and charts.) 
Turnbull (Ralph Frank), New York : 

Bronx park. (Picturesque scenery 
in) (Photographs.) 
U. S. butter extractor co., Newark, N. J. : 
Empire hand-power cream separa- 
tors. (Books: 2.) 
Union mutual music and novelty co., 
New York : 

Old (The) farm-house on the hill. J. 
W. Lerman. (Music.) 



United States printing co., Cincinnati: 

Arrival (The) of the female drummer 
company. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Elk bill. (Chromos and lithographs.) 

Escape (The) from the plotter's den. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Female drummer letter-bill. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 

Male balloonist. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Oriental figure. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Repertoire. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

She is great. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 

Sister act. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Sketch team. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Skirt dancer. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 

Watch her ; she is funny. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Vandersloot music co.,Williamsport, Pa. : 

C ampin' on de ole Suwanee. Lee 
Orean Smith. (Music.) 
Vogel (Henry P.), Albany, N. Y. : 

Empire state march. Alfred H. 
Aarons. (Music.) 
Walker (Janet Edmondson), Boston: 

Hey wood (Thomas) and Rowley( Will- 
iam). Fortune by land and sea. 
(Books: 1.) 
Walker (John Brisben), Irvington, N. Y. : 

Humor page. (Books: 3.) 

Of interest to women. (Books: 3.) 

Of interest to youth. (Books: 3.) 

Sunday magazine page. (Books : 3.) 
Ward (Artemas), New York: 

Ward (A. ) The best and the cheap- 
est. (Books: 2.) 
Ward (Julius A.), New York: 

[Ward, J. A.] Somatopathy. (Books: 

1.) 
Ward & Drummond, New York : 

Latimer (F.) Golden texts, 1899, and 
memory gems linked with precept, 
prayer, promise. (Books: 2.) 
Warner (J. H.), Marlboro, Mass. : 

My coal-black queen. Geo. H. Rol- 
land and J. H. Warner. (Music.) 
Washington law book co.. Washington: 
In the high court of chancery. 
(Books: 2.) 
Waterman (Frances), Burlington, Vt. : 
Moonlight (The) cake walk. Frances 
Waterman. (Music.) 
Watson (J. E.), Baltimore : 

Springtime. (Photographs.) 
Weaver (Rufns B.), Philadelphia: 

Weaver (Rufus B.) and anatomical 
preparations of the human body dis- 
sected and mounted by him. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Weekes & co., London : 

Polish dance. H.J.Taylor. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Wehrmann (Henri), New Orleans, La: 
Louisiana (The) tigers' march; the 

heroes of Miami. Blanche Vaurigaud. 

(Music.) 
Western press, San Diego, Cal. : 

[Johns, Cloudesley.] Dan Ames' 

luck. (Books: 3.) 
Wetherell (Caroline), U. S. : 

Jobbernowls (The) in Cuba with the 

crabs. (Books: 3.) 
Whaley, Royce & co., Toronto, Canada: 
He stands at the helm. W. V. B. 

Thompson; Frederick Locke Law- 
rence. (Music.) 

Missus Jawg' Augustus Lee; Ed- 
ward W. Miller. (Music.) 
White (John W.), Chicago: 

Arizona. (Maps and charts.) 
Arkansas. (Maps and charts.) 
California. (Maps and charts.) 
Colorado. (Maps and charts.) 
Connecticut. (Maps and charts.) 
Florida. (Maps and charts.) 
Georgia. (Maps and charts.) 
Idaho. (Maps and charts.) 
Illinois. (Maps and charts.) 
Indiana. (Maps and charts.) 
Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Kansas. (Maps and charts.) 
Kentucky. (Slaps and charts.) 
Louisiana. (Maps and charts.) 
Maine. (Maps and charts.) 
Maryland and Delaware. (Maps and 

charts.) 
Massachusetts. (Maps and charts.) 
Michigan. (Maps and charts.) 
Minnesota. (Maps and charts.) 
Mississippi. (Maps and charts.) 
Missouri. (Maps and charts.) 
Montana. (Maps and charts.) 
Nebraska. (Maps and charts.) 
Nevada. (Maps and charts.) 
New Hampshire. (Maps and charts.) 
New Jersey. (Maps and charts.) 
New Mexico. (Maps and charts.) 
New York. (Eastern half.) (Maps 

and charts.) 
New York. (Western half.) (Maps 

and charts.) 
North Carolina. (Maps and charts.) 
North Dakota. (Maps and charts.) 
Ohio. (Maps and charts.) 
Oklahoma and Indian territory. 

(Maps and charts.) 
Oregon. (Maps and charts.) 
Pennsylvania (Eastern half). (Maps 

and charts.) 
(Western half). (Maps and 

charts. ) 
Rhode Island. (Maps and charts.) 
South Carolina. (Maps and charts.) 
South Dakota. (Maps and charts.) 
Tennessee. (Maps and charts.) 
Texas. (Maps and charts.) 
Utah. (Maps and charts.) 
Vermont. (Maps and charts.) 
Virginia. (Maps and charts.) 



White (John W.), Chicago: 

Washington. (Maps and charts.) 

West Virginia. (Maps and charts.) 

Wisconsin. (Maps and charts.) 

Wyoming. (Maps and charts.) 
White & Kemble, New York: 

White & Kemble's atlas and digest 

of railroad mortgages, Atchison, To- 

peka and Santa Fe railway. (Maps 

and charts.) 

White-Smith publishing co., Boston: 

Keep a-going. Thomas MacKellar; 
Karl Linders. (Music.) 

Pleasant are Thy courts above. By 
Frank H. Bracket. (Music.) 

Psalm (A) of life. For mixed voices. 
Longfellow; E.W.Hanscom. (Music.) 

Sweetheart, the morning dawns. 
William H. Gardner; Otto Cantor. 
(Music.) 

Victory (The) of the cross. William 
H. Gardner; P. A. Schnecker. (Mu- 
sic. 
Whitney (Hobart B.), New York: 

Service (The) of holy communion. 
By Hobart B. Whitney. (Music.) 

Six easy carols. Words and music 
by Hobart B- Whitney. (Music.) 
Wilhoft (Victoria Ann), New York: 

Useful information for women. 
(Books: 2.) 
Williams (Josephs, London: 
I Masque (The) of May. M. C. Gilling- 
ton; Lionel Elliott. (Music.) 
Willig (Geo.) & co., Baltimore: 

High-toned (The) colored ball. 
Nathan Bivins. (Music.) 

Mixer (The). William C. Roehm. 
(Music; 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Because. Medley waltz. F. W. Mea- 
cham. (Music.) 

Cyrano waltzes. T. P. Trinkaus; 
F. W. Meacham. (Music.) 

Darktown is out to-night. Will 
Marion ; Robt. Recker. (Music.) 

Fire away. Galop. AVm. Bendix. 
(Music.) 

I love my little honey. W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

Irish (The) swell. W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

Little (The) mother. W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

My wild Irish rose. Waltz. W. H. 
Mackie. (Music.) 

Olcott's lullaby. Chauncey Olcott; 
George Lechler. (Music.) 

Quick action. Galop. J. Zimmer- 
mann. (Music.) 

Rag-time Liz. W. H. Mackie. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Spray (The). S. E. B. Leonard 
(Music.) 



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Witrnark (M.) & sous, Xew York: 

When you ain't got uo money, well, 
you needn't come 'round. W. H. Mackie. 
(Music.) 

Who dat say chicken in dis crowd? 
Will Marion ; W. H. Mackie. (Music. ) 
Winner (The). W. H. Mackie. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Wolzogeu (Hans von), Bayreutk, Ger- 
many : 
Augustin. (Dramatic compositions.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co., Boston: 

O, eyes that are weary. F. H. 
Brackett. In 3 keys. (Music.) 

Risen (The) Lord. C. W. Greene. 
(Music.) 
Woods (Edward A.), Pittshurg: 

Woods (E. A.) The disposition of 
life assurance. (Books: 2.) 



World railway pub. co., Chicago: 

Kirkman (Marshall M.) Engineers' 
and firemens' manual. (Books: 1.) 

Kirkman (Marshall M.) Origin and 
evolution of transportation. (Books: 
1.) 

Kirkman (Marshall M.) The science 
of railways. (Books: 1.) 
Wulschner & son, Indianapolis : 

Complete (A) method for the mando- 
lin, by J. A. Le Barge. (Music.) 

Saxton's new method for the guitar. 
(Music.) 
Yale (Charles H.) and Ellis (Sidney R.), 
New York : 

By yonr side. Sidney R. Ellis; Al- 
fred J. Kuttner, (Music.) 



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CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 






AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
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Vol. 19, no. 2. 
Whole no. 406— April 13, 1899, 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 81 

(2) Miscellaneous 94 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 97 
II. Dramatic Compositions 105 

III. Periodicals 10G 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 
tions op Music 110 

V. Maps and Charts 129 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 131 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 133 

VIE, Photographs 134 

IX. Fine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to be perfected as works of the fine 

arts) '. 138 

X. Index op Copyright Proprietors.. 139 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1899. 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS.-(l) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 

Abraham, Israel. 

Chapters on Jewish literature. 
Philadelphia, The Jewish publication 
society of America, 1899. 275 pp. 12°. 

78 
Copyright by The Jewish publica- 
tion society of America, Philadelphia. 
1899, no. 13548, Feb. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 21, 1899. 

Addison, [Joseph] 

Sir Roger de Coverley; essays from 
the Spectator by Addison and Steele, 
edited, with notes and an introduction, 
by Zelma Gray. New York & Lon- 
don, The Macmillan co., 1899. xli, 
166 pp. port. 24 c . (Macinillan's 
pocket English classics.) 79 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 17713, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Aldrich, Julia Carter. 

Hazel Bloom, by Julia Carter Aid- 
rich. (Petresia Peters) Buffalo, C. 
W. Moulton, 1899. 213 pp. port. 16°. 

80 
Copyright bv Julia C. Aldrich, Wau- 
seon, Ohio. 1898, no. 58882, Oct. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Allen, [Charles] Grant [Blairlindie] 

The European tour. New York, 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 297 

pp. 12°. 81 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., New 

York/ 1899, no. 11103, Feb. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 28, 1899. 

. . . American digest ... v. 7 . . . 
(Century ed.) St. Paul, West pub. 
co., 1899. 4°. 82 

Contents. 
v. 7. Bills and notes— Bonded warehouses. 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17207, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 



A uthors — Continued. 

American Hereford cattle breeders' asso- 
ciation. 

The American Hereford record and 

Hereford herd book. v. 19 . . . 

Columbia, Mo., E. W. Stephens, 1899. 

pi. 4°. 83 

Contents. 

v. 19. Containing entries from 80001 to 

85000 inclusive. . . . 

Copyright by The American Here- 
ford cattle breeders' ass'n., Columbia, 
Mo. 1899, no. 14582, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

American Jersey cattle club. 

Butter tests of registered Jersey 
cows. Comprising all the tests here- 
tofore published by the American Jer- 
sey cattle club and all others reported 
to the club up to Aug. 1, 1898. New 
York, The club, 1899. 8°. 84 

Copyright by The American Jersey 
cattle 'club, New York. 1899, no. 14403, 
Feb. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Bach, W. H. 

The ten commandments analyzed. 
Lily Dale, N. Y., W. H. Bach, 1899. 88 
pp." port. 16°. 85 

Copyright by W. H. Bach, Lily Dale, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 12643, Feb. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Balch, Thomas Willing. 

The Brooke family of Whitchurch, 
Hampshire, England; together with 
an account of . . . Robert Brooke of 
Maryland and . . . Ninian Beall of 
Maryland and some of their descend- 
ants. Philadelphia, Allen, Lane & 
Scott, 1899 [1898] 3 p. 1., 64 pp., 1 1. 
pi. 8°. 86 

Copyright by Thomas Willing 
Balch, Philadelphia. 1898, no. 73042, 
Dec. 15 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

81 



82 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors— Continued. 

Barton, William E. 

Old plantation hymns ; a collection 
of hitherto unpublished melodies of 
the slave and the freedman, with his- 
torical and descriptive notes. Bos- 
ton, New York [etc.] Lanison, Wolffe 
& co., 1899. 45 pp. 8°. 87 

Copyright by William E. Barton, 
Boston. 1899, no. 10703, Feb. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 
Belfield, H[enry] H. and Brooks, Sarah C. 

Rational elementary arithmetic. 
Chicago, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1899. 
xv, 7-268 pp. illus. 12°. 88 

Copyright by Scott, Foresman & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17731, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Bloomingdale, Charles jr. 

Mr., Miss, & Mrs. . . . Philadel- 
phia & London, J. B. Lippincott co., 
1899. 272 pp. 12°. 89 

Copyright bv J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 17878, Mar. 9; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Blow, Susan E. 

Letters to a mother on the philoso- 
phy of Froebel. New York, D. Apple- 
ton & co., 1899. xix, 311 pp. illus. 
12°. (International education series, 
v.45.) 90 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16342, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Bonehill, Ralph. 

When Santiago fell ; or, The war ad- 
ventures of two chums. New York, 
The Mershon co. [1899] vi, 280 pp. 
pi. 12°. (Flag of freedom series.) 91 

Copyright by The Mershon co., New 
York. 1899, no 17563, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Boone, Charles T. and others. 

Notes on the California reports, show- 
ing the present value, as authority, of 
the decisions of the supreme court of 
California, as determined through the 
citations in subsequent decisions of 
this court, the courts of last resort of 
sister states, and of the federal courts. 
. . . Book 3, embracing vols. 36-60 
California reports. San Francisco, 
Bancroft-Whitney co., 1899. 8 C . 92 

Copyright by Ban croft- Whitnev co., 
San Francisco. 1899, no 11331, Feb. 8; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
Bradford, Gamaliel, 1831- 

The lesson of popular government. 
New York & London, The Macmillan 
co., 1899. 2v. 8°. 93,94 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 17094, 17095, Mar. 
6; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Bradstreet's commercial reports ; embrac- 
ing bankers, merchants, manufacturers, 
and others, in the United States and 
the Dominion of Cauada. v. 125. March, 
1899 . . . New York, The Bradstreet 
co., 1899. fol. 95 

Copyright by The Bradstreet co., 
New York. 1899, no. 17497, Mar 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Bristol, Plainville and Terryville di- 
rectory, 185^9 ... New Haven, 
Conn., The Price & Lee co., 1899. 8°. 

96 
Copyright by The Price & Lee co., 
New Haven, Conn. 1899, no. 16736, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Brockett, Thomas. 

The Pierponts of Sachem's park. A 
novel. London & New York, F. T. 
Neely [1899] 201 pp. 12°. 97 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 11512, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Brooks, P^dward L. 

Points of view on interior decora- 
tion. Chicago [R. R. Donnelley & 
sons co.] 1899. [29 pp.] illus. pi. 
8°. 98 

Copyright by Edward L. Brooks, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17875, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Brooks, John A. reporter. 

Michigan. Supreme court. Michigan 
reports . . . v. 113. 1899. 

Brown, Mary Willcox. 

The development of thrift. New 
York &, London, The Macmillan co., 
1899. x, 222 pp. 12°. 99 

Coypright by The Macmillan co., 
New York, 
copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Brownlee, James Henry, comp. 

War-time echoes; patriotic poems 
heroic and pathetic, humorous and di- 
alectic, of the Spanish-American war. 
New York, Akron, Ohio [etc.] The 
Werner co. [1898] 209 pp. 12°. 100 

Copyright by The Werner co.. New 
York. 1898.no. 70538, Dec. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Buck, Albert H[enry] 

First principles of otology; a text- 
book for medical students. New 
York, W. Wood & co., 1899. ix, 212 pp. 
illus. 12°. 101 

Copyright bv William Wood & co., 
New York. 18*99, no. 12722, Feb. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



83 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Buckley, Arabella B[urton] 

See [Fisher], Arabella B[urton] Buck- 
ley. 

Busey, Samuel C[lagett] 

Annual addresses of the president of 
the Medical society of the District of 
Columbia, delivered 1894-95-96-97-98. 
Washington, D. C. [Philadelphia, 
printed, Dornan.] 1899. iv pp., 1 1., 
9-178 pp. pi. 8°. 102 

Contents. 

Address of the president at the seventy- 
fifth anniversary of the Medical society of the 
District of Columbia, with some important 
recommendations . 

Compulsory reports of zymotic diseases; 
milk legislation; medical-practice law ; socie- 
ty publication of its transactions. 
" The year 1896 : An f poch in the history of 
the Me'dical society of the District of Colum- 
bia. 

The duty of physicians to the profession 
and their relation to the medical charities of 
the Distiict of Columbia. 

The history and progress of sanitation of 
the city of Washington, and the efforts of the 
medical profession in relation thereto. 

History of the efforts to secure a better 
water supply for this city. 

Copyright by Samuel C. Busey, 
Washington. 1899, no. 16331, Mar. 2 ; 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Cake, Lu B. 

Peepstone Joe and the Peck manu- 
script. New York, L. B. Cake [1899] 
144 pp. 16°. 103 

Cover title : Old Mormon manuscript found. 
Peepstone Joe [i. e., Joseph Smith] exposed. 

Copyright by L. B. Cake, New York. 
1899, no. 16792, Mar. 4; 2 copies ree'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. 

Cammann, Henry J. 

An exposition of the church cate- 
chism. A new ed., with an introduc- 
tion by . . . H.C.Potter . . . New 
York, J. Potts & co., 1899. 62pp. 12°. 

104 
Copyright by Henry J. Cammann, 
New York. 1899, no. i4397, Feb. 21 ; 2 
copies ree'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Carlyle, Thomas. 

Letters ... to his youngest sister; 
edited with an introductory essay by 
C. T. Copeland . . . Boston & New 
York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. 
viii pp., 1 1., 276 pp. pi. port, facsim. 
12°. 105 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 16718, Mar. 4; 
2 copies ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Carryl, Charles E[dward] 

The River syndicate and other 
stories . . . New York & London, 



Authors — Continued. 

Carryl, Charles E[dward] — Continued. 
Harper & bros., 189 J. 3 p. 1., 296 pp. 

11. pi. 12°. 106 

Contents. 
The Asper agency, p. 170. 
Captain Plaek. p. 254. 
The Colonel's desk. p. 211. 
The house over the way. p. 92. 
Mrs. Porter's paragon, p. 131. 
The Pasha club. p. 48. 
The Kiver syndicate, p. 1. 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 2271, Jan. 4: 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Cincinnati Commercial tribune unrivaled 
atlas of the world . . . together with 
historical, descriptive, and statistical 
matter . . . Chicago & New York, 
Rand, McNally & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 
336 pp. illus. fol. 107 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17733, Mar. 8; 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Clare, Israel Smith. 

Library of universal history; con- 
taining a record of the human race 
from the earliest historical period to 
the present time . . . with an intro- 
duction on the educational value of 
historical study by M. C. Tyler, v. 11- 

12. New York, R. g. Peale [etc.] 1899. 
2 v. 4°. 108 

Contents. 
v. 11. History of American wars, 
v. 12. Naval history of the United States. 

Copyright by S. R. Peale and J. A. 
Hill, New York. 1899, nos. 17498, 17499, 
Mar. 7; 2 copies each ree'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

[Clendenen, F. L.] 

Fashionable quadrille call book and 
guide to etiquette. [Chicago, C. Hini- 
melman&co.] 1899. 80 pp. 16°. 109 

Copyright by B. Coanacher, Chicago. 
1899, no. 16170, Mar. 1; 2 copies ree'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 

Cleveland, Frederick A[lbert]. 

See United States. Constitution. The 
Constitution of the United States; 
rearranged for class study b}*- F. A. 
Cleveland. 1899. 110 

. . . The coal dealers' "bine book" . . . 
Revised and published semiannual- 
ly .. . Mar., 1899, v. 25. Chicago 
and Philadelphia, The J. B. Sanborn 
co., 1899. 4°. Ill 

Copyright bv The J. B. Sanborn co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 16731, Mar. 4; 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

The conflict of laws ; a monograph. St. 
Paul, Minn., West pub. co. ? 1899. 1 p. 
L,45 pp. 8°. 112 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17211, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Connorton's tobacco brand directory of 
the United States for 1899 . . . 14th 
year . . . Chicago, J. W. Connor- 
ton pub. co. [1899] 8°. 113 
Copyright by John W. Connorton 
pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 6652, Jan. 
19 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Cook, E. W. 

The origin of sin, and its relation to 
God and the universe. New York 
and London, Funk & Wagnalls co., 
1899. 387 pp. 12°. 114 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1899, no. 11564, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Copeland, Thomas Campbell-. 

Americau colonial handbook; a 
ready reference book of facts and 
figures, historical, geographical, and 
commercial, about Cuba, Porto Rico, 
the Philippines, Hawaii, and Guam, 
by T. Campbell-Copeland, assisted by 
Maria Soltera and M. Magnus. New 
York and London, Funk & Wagnalls 
co., 1899. 180, [1] pp. maps. 16°. 

115 

Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1899, no. 11565, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Credit reporting company, of Trenton, 
N.J. 

. . . Trust book . . . 1899. (For 
the promotion and protection of the 
retail trade.) Trenton, N. J., Credit 
reporting co. [1899] 8°. 116 

Copyright bv The credit reporting 
co., Trenton, N. J. 1899, no. 11562, 
Feb. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Dabovich, Sebastian. 

The lives of the saints, and several 
lectures and sermons . . . San 

Francisco, The Murdock press, 1898. 
1 p. 1., 217 pp. 16°. 117 

Copyright by Sebastian Dabovich, 
San Francisco" 1898, no. 67457, Nov. 
18; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Daggett, Mrs. Charles Stewart. 

The broad aisle; a realistic tale of 
early Ohio. London & New York, 
F. T. Neely [1899] 258 pp. 12°. 
(Neely's popular library, no. 127) 118 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 11515, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Diltz, Hanson Penn. 

Hollow Bracken; a novel. New 
York, G. W. Dillingham co., 1899. 534 
pp. 12°. 119 

Copyright by G. W. Dillingham co., 
New' York. 1899, no. 8026, Jan. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Dougall, Lily. 

The Mormon prophet. New York, 
D. Appleton & co., 1899. x, 427 pp. 
12 G . 120 

A religions narrative dealing with Joseph. 
Smith and Mormonism. 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 17851, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Dumas, Alexandre. 1803-70. 

La tulipe noire; arranged and edited 
by C. Fontaine. Boston, D. C. Heath 
& co., 1899. vi, 216 pp. port. 12°. 
(Heath's modern language series) 121 

Copyright by C. Fontaine, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1899, no. 16717, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Eldridge, George Dyre. 

The principles of reservation in their 
application to legislative regulation of 
life insurance. Boston, The Guardian, 

1898. 22 pp. . 8-. 122 
Copyright by Geo. D. Eldridge, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 75496, Dec. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Erwin, Frank Alexander] 

A summary of torts. [New Y'ork, F. 
A. Erwin] 1899. vii, 159 pp. 4°. 123 
Copyright by Frank Alexan der Erwin, 
New York. 1899, no. 11497, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 
The Everett directory . . . 1899. Com- 
piled and published by H. M. Meek, 
no. 19. Salem, Mass., H. M. Meek, 

1899. 8°. 124 
Copyright by Henrv M. Meek, Salem, 

Mass. 1899, no. 15446, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

FarrelPs one hundred and fifty year refer- 
ence calendar and business advertiser. 
A complete calendar for each consecu- 
tive year from 1800 to 1950 . . . [Lan- 
caster, O., Ohio eagle job printing 
house, 1899] 4 C . 125 

Copyright by James Martin Farrell, 
Lancaster, Ohio. 1899, no. 16129, Mar. 
1 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

The federal reporter, v. 90 . . . Perma- 
nent ed. December, 1898-February, 
1899 ... St. Paul, West pub. co., 
1899. 8°. (National reporter system. 
United States series) 126 

Copvright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 15441, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Fetterolf, George. 

Two thousand questions on practical 
anatomy; prepared for students of 
medicine and dentistry. Philadel- 
phia, F. W. S. Langrnaid, 1899. 212 pp. 
8°. 127 

Interleaved. 

Copyright by F. W. S. Lauginaid, 
Philadelphia. "1899, no. 12314, Feb. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
[Fisher], Arabella B[urton] Buckley. 

The fairy-land of science. [Author- 
ized ed.] New York, D. Appleton & 
co , 1899. x, 252 pp. illus. pi. 12°. 

128 

Copyright by D. Appleton &co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17863, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Flitcraft, A [lien] J. 

. . . Life insurance manual . . . Ap- 
plication, agreements and complete 
policy forms of forty-four life insur- 
ance companies in America . . . 12th 
annual ed., February, 1899. Oak Park, 
111., A. J. Flitcraft [1899] port. 16°. 

129 

Copyright by A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 
Park, 111. 1899, no. 16750, Mar. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Fraser, [Mary Crawford] Mrs. Hugh 
Fraser. 

Letters from Japan ; a record of mod- 
ern life in the Island empire . . . 
New York & London, The Macmillan 
co., 1899. 2 y. illus. 8°. 130, 131 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17849, 17850, Mar. 9; 
1 copy rec'd Mar. 9, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 
Fraser, Mrs. Hugh. 

See Fraser, [Mary Crawford] Mrs. 
Hugh Fraser. 
H.,A.C. 

See H[oughton], A[lbert] C[harles] 

Hagarty, John J. 

A fight for the green and gold ; or, 
Gerald Desmond. A romantic dream 
of Irish liberty. London & New 
York, F. T. Neely [1899] 245 pp. 12°. 
(Neely's popular library, no. 133) 132 
Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 11519, Feb. 9;*2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Hale, Edward Eyerett. 

[The works of Edward Eyerett Hale. 
Library ed. v. 2] Boston, Little, 

Brown & co., 1899. 12°. 133 

Contents. 
v. 2. In His name; and, Christmas stories. 
Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. ^1899, no. 16339, Mar. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. L 1899. 



J itthors — Continued. 

Harper's pictorial history of the war with 
Spain ; pts. 5-8. New York &. Lon- 
don, Harper &bros., 1899. 4pts. illus. 
pi. fol. 134, 137 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, nos. 16335-16338, Mar. 2 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Hart, Amos W. 

Digest of decisions in the Patent 
office and the United States courts, in 
patents, trade-marks, copyrights, and 
labels. 1898 — annual. A supplement 
to Hart's Digest, 1886-1898. Chicago, 
Callaghan <fc co., 1899. 4°. 138 

Copyright by Amos AY. Hart, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 1899, no. 12635, Feb. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Haviland, Frank Wood. 

The temple; second part of Science, 
the ancient Hebrew significance of the 
book of Genesis. 1st ed. New York, 
The author, 1899. 97 pp. 12°. 139 

Copyright by Frank Wood Haviland, 
New York. 1899, no. 16599, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Herodotus. 

The histories of Herodotus; trans- 
lated by H. Gary, with a critical and 
biographical introduction by B. L. 
Gildersleeve . . . [Aldineed.] New 
York, D. Appleton & co., 1899. 1 p. 1., 
xxi, 568 pp. pi. port. 8 J . (The 
world's great books.) 140 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 8361, Jan. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Herron, George D[avis] 

Between C;esar and Jesus. New 

York & Boston, T. Y. Crowell & co. 

[1899] 278 pp. 16°. 141 

Eight lectures upon the relation of the 

Christian conscience to the existing social 

system. 

Copyright by Thomas Y. Crowell & 
co.,NeV York. 1899, no. 16340, Mar. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Hill, Alfred J. 

History of company E, of the sixth 
Minnesota regiment of volunteer in- 
fantry. AYith an appendix by . . . 
C. J. Stees. St. Paul, Minn., T. H. 
Lewis, 1899. 45 pp. illu§. 8°. 142 
Copyright by T. H. Lewis, St. Paul. 
1899, no. "7494, Jan. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 25, 1899. 

Hills, A. M. 

Food for lambs ; or, Leading children 
to Christ. A series of lessons illus- 
trated by stories and incidents. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, M. W. Knapp, 1899. 100 



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Authors — Continued. 

Hills, A. M. — Continued, 
pp. pi. 12°. (Pentecostal holiness 
library, v. 2, no. 1.) 143 

Containing also hymns with music. 
Copyright by M. W. Knapp, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 13300, Feb. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Honey, Frederic R. 

First lessons in linear perspective. 
New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 
80 pp., 11. illus. obi. 8°. 144 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 16601, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Hornung, E[rnest] W[illiam] 

The amateur cracksman. New 

York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 4 p. 1., 
290 pp. 12°. 145 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 16570, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

H[oughton], A[lbert] C[harles] 

Edwin and Eleanor; a pastoral of 
pioneer life, by A. C. H. [Columbus, 
Ohio, The Champion press] 1899. 18 1. 
8°. 146 

Copyright by A. C. Houghton, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. *1899, no. 16361, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

[Huger, A. M.] 

Pearls and pebbles; a collection of 
poems in patches, by Cleland Kerne- 
stafFe . . . [pseud.] Lake City, Fla., 
H. L. Dodd, 1899. 3 p. 1., 193 pp. 8°. 

147 
Copyright by A.M. Huger, Lake City, 
Fla. 1899, no. 7496, Jan. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Humfreville, J[acob] Lee. 

Twenty years among our savage In- 
dians; a record of personal experiences, 
observations, and adventures beyond 
the Mississippi . . . with an introduc- 
tion by O. O. Howard . . . Hartford, 
Conn., A. D. Worthington & co., 1899. 
lxiv, 49-674 pp. illus. port. 8°. 148 

Copyright by A. D. Worthington & 
co.. Hartford, Conn. 1899, no. 16598, 
Mar. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Illinois. Sup*-eme court. 

Reports of cases at law and in chan- 
cery argued and determined in the 
supreme court of Illinois, v. 175 . . . 
I. N. Phillips, reporter. Springfield, 
1899. 8 C . 149 

Copyright by Isaac Newton Phillips, 
Bloomington, ill. 1899, no. 13228, Feb. 
17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



Authors— Continued. 

The imperial reference library ... 6 v. 
1899. 

See Morris, Charles Smith [and 
others] eds. 

The international library of reference 
... 6 v. 1899. 

See Morris, Charles Smith [and 
others] eds. 

Irwin, H. S. 

Helena [a novel]. New York, G. 
W. Dillingham co., 1899. 278 pp. 12°. 

150 

Copyright by G. W. Dillingham co., 

New York. 1899, no. 11134, Feb. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Jackson, George Thomas. 

The ready reference handbook of 
diseases of the skin ... 3d ed., re- 
vised and enlarged. New York & 
Philadelphia, Lea bros. & co., 1899. 
viii, 17-647 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 151 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 16600, Mar. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

[James, Florence Alice Price.] 

Joan, the curate; by Florence 
Warden [pseud.] New York & Lon- 
don, F. M. Buckles & co., 1899. 308 pp. 
12°. 152 

Copyright by F. M. Buckles & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 14523, Feb. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 
Kent, J[ames] T. 

Repertory of the homoeopathic ma- 
teria medica. Lancaster, Pa., Ex- 
aminer printing house, 1899. 4°. 153 

Contents. 
Extremities. 

Copyright by James Tyler Kent, 
Philadelphia. *1899, no. 16606, Mar. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Kernestaffe, Cleland. pseud. 

See [Huger, A.M.] 
Kernodle, P[eter] J. 

Practical and commercial arithmetic 
for high schools and commercial col- 
leges. Richmond, Va., Smithdeal & 
Kernodle [1899]. 352 pp. 8°. 154 

Copyright by P. J. Kernodle, Rich- 
mond, Va. 1899, no. 12772, Feb. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Key, W. C. L. L. B. comp. 

Overruled, reversed, and criticised 
cases in the Missouri supreme and ap- 
pellate courts. Nevada, Mo., South- 
west mail printing co., 1898. 1 p. 1., 
210 pp. nar. 12°. 155 

Copyright bv William C. Kev, Ne- 
vada, Mo. 1898, no. 56250, Sept 26; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Kipling, Rudyard. 

The betrothed . . . with drawings 
by Blauche McManus. New York, 
M. F. Mansfield & A. Wessels [1899] 
12 1. illus. 16°. 156 

Copyright by Miss Blanche McMan- 
us, New York. 1899, no. 16095, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Kraemer's picturesque Cincinnati. Cin- 
cinnati, A. O. & G. A. Kraemer [1898]. 
80 pp. illus. 4°. 157 

Copyright by A. O. & G. A. Kraemer, 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 52380, Sept. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Sept. 6, 1898. 

Kress Wilson C. and Allinson, Edward 
P. reporters. 

Pennsylvania. Superior court. Penn- 
sylvania superior court reports, v. 8. 
. . . 1899. 

The .ladies of St. Cecilia guild, Mar- 
shall, Minn., comp. 

Marshall ladies' choicest and best. 
[Marshall, Minn., 1898.] 133 pp. 12°. 

158 
Receipts for preparation of various foods. 
Copyright by Mrs. James W. Wil- 
liams,' Marshall, Minn. 1898, no. 75187, 
Dec. 23; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 26, 1899. 

Lee, M. 

Percy; or, The four inseparables. 
San Francisco, The Whitaker &. Ray 
co., 1898. 2 p. 1., 332 pp. 12°. 159 

Copyright by The Whitaker & Ray 
co., San Francisco. 1898, no. 43114, 
July 18 ; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

Lewis, Leon. 

Andree at the north pole, with de- 
tails of his fate . . . New York, G. 
W. Dillingham co., 1899. 279 pp. pi. 
port. 12°. (Dillingham's metropol- 
itan library, no. 48.) 160 

Copyright by G. W. Dillingham co., 
New York. 1899, no. 14577, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Lincoln, James Minor. 

The Lincoln family and branches, of 
Wareham, Mass. [Cambridge, Mass., 
The Riverside press] 1899. iv pp., 2 1., 
124 pp. facsim. 8°. 161 

Copyright by James Minor Lincoln, 
Wareham, Mass. 1899, no. 15131, Feb. 
25 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Littlejohn, J. Martin. 

Physiology, exhaustive and prac- 
tical; a series of practical lectures de- 
livered ... in the American school of 
osteopathy at Kirksville, Missouri. 
Especially adapted for students of 
osteopathy. Kirksville [Mo.] Jour- 



Authors — Continued. 

Littlejohn, J. Martin — Continued, 
nal printing co., 1898. 285. iv pp., 1 1., 
286-832, iv pp. 4°. 162 

Copyright by H. R. Bynum. Kirks- 
ville, Mo. 1898, no. 19531, Mar. 24; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. 

The song of Hiawatha. Minnehaha 
ed. . . . Chicago, S. C. Andrews 
[1898]. 198, [6] pp. illus. pi. 12 c . 163 

Copyright by S. C. Andrews, Chicago. 
1898, no. 45654, Aug. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 24, 1899. 
Lowusberry, Lionel. 

Cadet Kit Carey; or, The young sol- 
dier's legacy. A romance of .a West 
Point boy. New York, Street & 
Smith [1899] 224 pp. 12°. (Medal 
library, no. 2.) 164 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York." 1899, no. 17218, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
McCulloch, Catharine Waugh. 

Mr. Lex; or, The legal status of 

mother and child. Chicago, New 

York [etc.] F. H. Revell co., 1899. 

85 pp. 16°. 165 

A legal treatise in form of fiction. 

Copyright by Catharine Waugh 
McCulloch, Chicago. 1899, no. 12308, 
Feb. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Macdonald, George. 

Far above rubies. [A novel] New 
York, Dodd, Mead & co. [1898] 183 pp. 
pi. 16°. 166 

Copyright by George Macdonald, 
Great Britain. 1898, no. 70264, Dec. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 
McGovern, Thomas. 

The pronouncing dictionary of my- 
thology and autiquities . . . New 
York, The Chiswick pub. co. [1899] 
163 pp. 24°. 167 

Copyright by Chiswick pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 9865, Feb. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
McLaren, James H. 

Calvin Paxton's Patmos. Chica- 
go, The Pilgrim press, 1898. 56 pp. 
12°. 168 

Copyright by James H. McLaren, 
Princeton, 111. 1899, no. 13568, Feb. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
McManus, Blanche. 

The Quaker colony; penned and pic- 
tured by Blanche McManus. New 
York, E. R. Herrick & co. [1899] 72 
pp. illus. 8°. (Colonial monographs.) 

169 

Copyright by E. R. Herrick & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 6476, Jan. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 



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A uthors — Continued. 

Magruder, Julia. 

A heaven-kissing hill. [A novel] 
Chicago and New York, H. S. Stone & 
co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 159 pp. pi. 16 c . 170 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 17216, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Man nix, Mary E. 

ThetalesTimtoldus. Notre Dame, 
Ind., The Ave Maria [1898] 158 pp. 
12°. 171 

Copyright by D. E. Hudson, C. S. C, 
Notre 'Dame, Ind. 1899, no. 15336, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 29, 1898. 

Mason, Caroline Atwater. 

A wind rlower; a novel. Philadel- 
phia, A. F. Rowland [1899] vii, 282 pp. 
pi. .16°. 172 

Copyright by Amer. Baptist pub. so- 
ciety, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 14402, 
Feb. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Mason, William P. 

Examination of water. (Chemical 
and bacteriological) lsted. 1st thou- 
sand. New York & London, J. Wiley 
& sons, 1899. 3 p. 1., 135 pp. 12°. 173 

Copyright by William P. Mason, 
Troy, N. Y. 1899, no. 12307, Feb. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Maynard, Samuel T. 

Landscape gardening as applied to 
home decoration. 1st ed. 1st thou- 
sand. New York & London, J. Wiley 
& sons, 1899. xvi, 338 pp. illus. pi. 
12°. 174 

Copyright by Samuel T. Maynard, 
Amherst, Mass. 1899, no. 14575, Feb. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Memminger, Allard. 

Diagnosis by the urine; or, The prac- 
tical examination of urine with special 
reference to diagnosis. 2d ed., enl. 
and rev . . . Philadelphia, P. Blackis- 
ton*s son & co., 1899. ix. 9-124 pp. 
illus. 12°. 175 

Copyright by P. Blackiston's son & 
co., Philadelphia, 1899. no. 17107, Mar. 
6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6,1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Michels, Nicholas. 

The godhood of man; his religious, 
political and economic development 
and the sources of social inequality. 
By Nicolai Mikalowitch [x>seud.] Chi- 
cago, The author, 1899. 150 pp. 8°. 

177 

A sociological work in narrative and con- 
versational style, representing the working 
classes as victims of church and state. 

Copyright by Nicolai Mikalowitch, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 13913, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Michigan. Supreme court. 

Michigan reports; cases decided . . . 
from May 25 to July 13, 1897. J. A. 
Brooks . . . reporter, v. 113, 1st ed. 
Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1899. 8°. 

178 
Copyright by Callaghan. & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 11506, Feb. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Mickalowitch, Nicolai. pseud. 
See [Michels, Nicholas] 

Miley, John D[avid] 

In Cuba with Shatter. New York, 
C. Scribner'ssons, 1899. xi, 228 pp. 
port. map. 8°. 179 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 1899, no. 16602, Mar. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Mills, Glen V. 

Glen V. Mills' Ann Arbor- Ypsilanti 
directory 1899. Washtenaw county . . . 
Ann Arbor, G. V. Mills, 1899. 8° 180 

Copyright by Glen V. Mills, Ann Ar- 
bor, Mich. 1899, no. 17217, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Moore, Alfred. 

Handbook on a new subject. For 
business men. How to speculate (not 
gamble) lawfully, intelligently, and 
successfully through the regular pro- 
duce and stock exchanges of any 
State . . . Chicago, The Atlantic 
pub. co., 1899. 64 pp. nar. 16°. 181 

Copyright by Alfred Moore, Chicago. 
1899, no. 10539, Feb. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 4, 1899. 



Meyer, Moritz. 

Facts about common diseases . . . 
[St. Louis, Mo.] 1898. 2 p. 1., 13-109 pp. 
port. 8°. 176 

Copyright by M. Meyer, St. Louis. 
1898, no. 76900, Dec. 30; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899. 



Morette, Edgar, 

The Sturgis wager ; a detective story. 
New York, F. A. Stokes co. [1899] 2 p. 
1., 260 pp. 12-. 182 

SL-flCE Copy right by Frederick A. Stokes 
co., New York. 1899, no. 2295, Jan. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 



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BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Morris, Charles Smith [and others] eds. 
The imperial reference library; com- 
prising a general encyclopedia . . . 
Philadelphia, Syndicate pub. co., 1899. 
6 v. illus. pi/ maps. 4°. 183-188 

Excepting title page, a duplicate of The in- 
ternational library of reference, which was is- 
sued simultaneously with it, by L. F. Smith & 
co., of St. Louis. 

Copyright by F. E. Wright, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, nos. 16121-16126, Mar. 1 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

— The international library of refer- 
ence. A compendium of universal 
knowledge; comprising a general en- 
cyclopedia ... St. Louis, Mo., L. 
P. Smith & co., 1899. 6 v. illus. pi. 
maps. 4°. 189-194 

Excepting title page, a duplicate of The 
imperial reference library, which was issued 
simultaneously with it. by the Syndicate pub. 
co., of Philadelphia. 

Copyright by F. E. Wright, Phila- 
delphia, 1899, nos. 16324-16329, Mar. 2 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Murray, Rev. Andrew. 

Andrew Murray yearbook ; compiled 
by M. J. Shep person. Boston, 
" Watchword and truth" [1899] 191 
pp. port. 16 c . 195 

Copyright by Mary Shepperson, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 2256, Jan. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 
Muskegon city and county directory, 
1899-1900 ... v.9. Detroit, Mich., 
R. L. Polk & co., 1899. 8°. 196 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., 
Detroit. 1899, no. 17213, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
New York (City). Department of taxes 
and assessments. 

Street ward directory, borough of 
Brooklyn; compiled from records in 
the Department of taxes and assess- 
ments, ward maps in the Bureau of 
elections, and from the Department 
of highways. December. 1898. [New 
York] 1899. 4°. 197 

Copyright bv The city of New York, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 5212, Jan. 12; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 1, 1899. 
New York (State) Courts of record. 

Combined official series of New York 
state reports and session laws . . . 
issued weeklv. (no. 302, February 18, 
1899.) Albany Banks & co., 1899. 
8°. ' 198 

Advance parts. 

Copyright by Banks & bros., and I 
James B. Lvon, Albany. 1899, no. | 
13634, Feb. 18; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 
1899. 



Authors — Contiuued. 

Northern Indiana normal school and 
business college. Valparaiso, Jnd. 

General instructions and memoranda 
of business transactions for business 
practice department . . . [Valparaiso, 
Ind., 1898.] 8°. 199 

Copyright bv Chas. W. Benton, Val- 
paraiso, Ind. '1899, no. 10562, Feb. 4 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 23, 1898. 

O'Byrne, Mary Ann. 

Poetical works [v. 5] [Cohoes, N. Y.] 
The author [1899] 64 pp. sq. 24°. 200 

Copyright bv Miss Mary Ann 
O'Byrne, Watervliet, NT. Y. 1899, no. 
17877, Mar. 9; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 
1899. 

Osborn, A. C. 

The Mormon doctrine of God and 
heaven. An address delivered before 
the Baptist ministers' conference of 
South Carolina, November, 1898. 
Nashville, Tenn., Sun. sch. South .Bapt. 
conv. [1899] 63 pp. 16°. 201 

Copyright by Sunday school board 
of the Southern Baptist convention. 
Nashville. 1899 no. 17874, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd M;ir. 10, 1899. 

Pacific coast business directory for 
1899 . . . San Francisco, Merchants 
pub. co., 1899. 4°. . 202 

Copyright by Merchants' pub. co., 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 14578, Feb. 
23 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Page, David P[erkins] 

Theory and practice of teaching; or, 
The motives and methods of good 
school keeping; edited by E. C.Bran- 
son . . . New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
Amer. book co. [1899] 382 pp. illus. 
12°. 203 

Copyright by Amer. book co., New 
York. 1899, no. 12599, Feb. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Palmer, John M[cCauley] ed. 

The bench and bar of Illinois. His- 
torical and reminiscent. Edited by 
J. M. Palmer, with contributions from 
a number of the foremost members 
of the legal profession in the state. 
Chicago, The Lewis pub. co., 1899. 2 v. 
pi. port. 4°. 204,205 

Copyright by The Lewis pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 16593, Mar. 3 ; 10520 
Feb. 4; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Parker, Gilbert. 

The hill of Pains [a novel] Bos- 
ton, R. G. Badger & co. [1899] 2 p. 1., 
151 pp. 16°. 206 

Copyright by Richard G. Badger & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 13555, Feb. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21. 1899. 



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Authors — Continued. 

Payne, F. M. 

Just the word wanted : a handbook 
of English synonyms . . . New York. 
The Chiswick pub. co. [1899] 126 pp! 
24°. 207 

Copyright by Chiswick pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 9863, Feb. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

New explanatory pronouncing dic- 
tionary of Latin quotations ; with com- 
plete alphabetical English index; the 
Roman calendar, and Roman money. 
New York, The Chiswick pub. co. [1899] 
96 pp. 24°. 208 
Copyright by Chiswick pub. co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 9864, Feb. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Pennsylvania. Superior court. 

Pennsylvania superior court reports, 
v. 8. Containing cases decided ... at 
April and October terms, 1898. Re- 
ported by W. C. Kress . . . and E. P. 
Allinson. New York, The Banks law 
pub. co., 1899. 8°. 209 

Copyright by David Martin, sec. of 
the commonwealth for the State of 
Penn., Harrisburg, Pa. 1899, no. 17492, 
Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Phillips, Isaac Newton, reporter. 

Illinois. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases at law and in chancery ... v. 
175 .. . 1899. 

The Pittsburg dispatch universal atlas 
of the world . . . together with his- 
torical, descriptive, and statistical 
matter . . . Chicago & New York, 
Rand, McNallv & co., 1899. 344 pp. 
illus. fol. 210 

Copyright bv Rand, McNallv & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17732, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Poland, William. 

The kingdom of Italy and the sov- 
ereignty of Rome. Saint Louis, B. 
Herder, 1899. 42 pp. 12 c . 211 

Copyright by William Poland, St. 
Louis' 1899, no. 13921, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Polk, R. L. $ co. 

R. L. Polk & co.'s Saginaw directory. 
1898-99 . . . v.16. Detroit &. Sagi- 
naw, Mich., R. L. Polk & co., 1898. 8°. 

212 
Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., De- 
troit. 1898, no. 74930, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Pratt, Agnes L. 

Oakwood. A story of true love and 
mystery. London' & New York, F. T. 
Neely [1899] 259 pp. 12°. (Neely's 
popular library, no. 134) 213 

Copyright by F. Tennvson Neelv, 
New York. 1899, no. 11520, Feb. 9;' 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Principles of the law of brokers ; a mono- 
graph. St. Paul, Minn., West pub. 
co., 1899. lp.l.,55pp. 8°. 214 

Copyright bv West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17212, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Principles of the law of conditional sales 
and chattel mortgages; a monograph. 
St. Paul, Minn., West pub. co., 1899. 1 
p.]., 28 pp. 8°. 215 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17209, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Principles of the law of damages ; a mono- 
graph. St. Paul, West pub. co., 1899. 
lp.l.,61pp. 8°. 216 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 15438, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Principles of the law of interest and 
usury ; a monograph. St. Paul, West 
pub. co., 1899. lp.l.,45pp. 8°. 217 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 15439, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Principles of the law of suretyship and 
guaranty; a monograph. St. Paul, 
West pub. co., 1899. lp.l.,51pp. 8°. 

218 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 15437,* Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Rafinesque [-Schmaltz], C[onstantine] 
S[amuel] 

Ichthyologia Ohiensis; or, Natural 
history of the fishes inhabiting the river 
Ohio and its tributary streams. A ver- 
batim et literatim reprint of the origi- 
nal, with a sketch of the life, the 
ichthyologic works, and the ichthyo- 
logic bibliography of Rafinesque by 
R. E. Call. Cleveland, The Burrows 
bros. co., 1899. 175 pp. illus. port. 8°. 

219 
Edition of 250 numbered copies. 

Copyright by The Burrows bros. co., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 14585, Feb. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Raine, Allen. 

Bv Berwen banks. New York, D. 
Appleton & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 326 pp. 



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A uthors — Continued. 



Authors — Continued, 



Kaine, Allen — Continued. 

12- . (Appleton's town and country 
library, no. 260) 220 

Copyright by D. Appletou & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 8004, Jan. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Kanke, Leopold von. 

Kaiserwahl Karl's V (1519); ein 
kulturbild der iibergaugszeit vom niit- 
telalter zur neuzeit . . . Selected and 
edited with an introduction and notes 
by H. Schoenl'eld. New York, Cin- 
cinnati [etc.] Ainer. book co. [1899] 
94 pp. 12°. " 221 

Copyright by Hermann Schoeufeld, 
Washington, D*. C. 1899, no. 12689, Feb. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Reports of the national banks of the 
principal banking centres of the United 
States. February 4, 1899. v. 2, pt. 1. 
[New York, The Evening post, 1899] 
16°. 222 

Copyright by The Evening post pub. 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 17219, Mar. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 
Resident and business directory of Ded- 
ham and Westwood, Massachusetts, 
1899 . . . [v. 1] N.Cambridge, E. A. 
Jones, 1899, 8-. 223 

Copyright by Edward A. Jones, Bos- 
ton. '1899, no." 7894, Jan. 24; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Roe, Edward Thomas. 

The modern Webster pronouncing 
and denning dictionary of the English 
language . . . Chicago, Laird & 
Lee [1899] 432 pp. pi. 24°. 224 

Copyright by Wm. H. Lee, Chicago. 
1899, no. 8074, Jan. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Jan. 28, 1899. 
Roper, Stephen. 

Engineers' handy-book. Containing 
facts, formulae, tables and questions 
on power, its generation, transmis- 
sion and measurement . . . together 
with a discussion of the fundamen- 
tal experiments in electricity . . . 
15th ed. rev. and greatly enlarged by 
E. R. Keller and C. \V. Pike. Phila- 
delphia, D. McKay, 1899. xxix, 844 pp. 
illus. pi. 16°. 225 

Copyright by David McKay, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 12305, Feb; 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 
Royal, Matthew J. 

The isle of the virgins ; a romance. 
Buffalo, N. Y., The Wenborne-Sumner 
co., 1899. 328 pp. illus. 12°. 226 

Copyright by Matthew J. Royal, 
Thorold, Canada. 1899, no. 13861, Feb. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Shaw, Edward R[ichard] 

Three studies in education: The 
spelling question, Composition for ele- 
mentary schools, Value of the motor 
activities in education. New York 
& Chicago, E.L. Kellogg & co. [1899] 
31 pp. 12°. 227 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 13632, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec d Mar. 1, 1899. 

Sheppersou, M[ary] J[ohnson] comp. 

See Murray, Jiev. Andrew. Andrew 
Murray year book. . . [1899]. 

Shorter, Dora Sigerson. Mrs. Clement 
Shorter. 

My lady's slipper and other verses. 
New York, Dodd, Mead & co. [1899] 
viii, 157 pp. 16 J . 228 

Copyright by Dodd, Mead & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 17453, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Smith, Andrew [J.] 

A hay-seed locomotive engineer's 
homeopathic. The missing link and 
crisis. The torch bearer. . . [Bal- 

timore.] 1898. 224 pp. illus. 12 G . 229 
Cover title. The author, a disabled engi- 
neer, claims to have been swindled out of 
relief benefits. 

Copyright bv Ernest Smith, Balti- 
more, Md. 1898, no. 63043, Oct. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Social register, February, 1899. v. 13, no. 
7. New York, Social register ass'n, 
1899. 16-. 230 

Copyright by Social register nss'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 17565, Mar. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Society of naval architects and marine 
engineers. 

Transactions . . . Edited by the 
secretary, v. 6, 1898. New York 
[Washington, D. C, printed, Gibson 
bros.,1898] pi. tab. 4°. 231 

Contents. 

List of officers, members, [etc.] Proceed- 
ings of the 6th general meeting . . . ST. Y. 
Nov. 10-11, 1898. 

Papers and discussions : 

Babcock, TV. I. Portable pneumatic rivet- 
ers in shipbuilding, p. 29. 

Cassidy, A. B. "The standard navv boats, 
p.l. 

Dickie, G. TV. Torpedo boat destroyers for 
sea service . . . Topical discussion, p. 43. 

Hichborn, P. Designs for the new vessels 
for the TJ. S. navy. p. 115. 

Peabody, C. H. Stability of a battle ship 
under damaged conditions. Topical discus- 
sion, p. 205. 

Post, TV. A. An electrically operated 150- 
ton revolving derrick, p. 195. 

Smith, H. (?. Methods of securing water- 
tight work, p. 139. 



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BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Society of naval architects and marine 
engineers —Continued. 

Spear, L. Bilge keels and rolling experi- 
ments, U. S. S. Oregon, p. 15. 

Stephens, W. P. The steam yacht as a 
naval auxiliary, p. 89. 

Wheeler, F. M. Economy test of a unique 
form of feed pump. p. 75. 

Woodward, J. J. Tests of the strength of a 
longitudinal bulkhead separating two engine 
rooms, p. lGiJ. 

Copyright by Francis T. Bowles, 
Brooklyn. 1898, no. 71388, Dec. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Sparhawk, Frances C[ampbell] 

Fettered. A novel. London & 

New York, F. T. Neely [1899] 1 p.l., 

277 pp. 12°. 232 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 1899, no. 11518, Feb. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Stafford, Wendell P. 

See Vermont. Supreme court. Re- 
ports ... v. 70, 1899. 

The statute of limitatious ; a monograph. 
St. Paul, West pub. co., 1899. 1 p.l., 
41 pp. 8 C . 233 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 15440, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Stein, M. 

Correct pronunciation of difficult 
words . . . according to the present 
standing authorities . . . New York, 
The Chiswick pub. co. [1899] 85 pp. 
24°. 234 

Copviight by Chiswick pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 9862, Feb. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Tait, Asa Oscar. 

Heralds of the morning; the mean- 
ing of the social and political problems 
of to-day and the significance of the 
great phenomena in nature. Oak- 
land, S;m Francisco [etc.] Pacific press 
pub. co. [1899] 279 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 

235 

Copvright by Asa O. Tait, Oakland, 
Cal. 1899, no/ 12718, Feb. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

The Taunton directory, 1899. no. 29. 

Boston, Sampson, Murdock & co., 
1899. 8 U . 236 

Copyright by Sampson, Murdock & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 17781, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Thorington, James. 

Retinoscopy (or shadow test) in the 
determination of refraction at one me- 
ter distance with the plane mirror. 
3d ed. rev. and enl . . . Philadel- 



Authors — Continued. 

Thorington, James — Continued, 
phia, P. Blackiston's son & co., 1899. 
86 pp. illus. 8°. 237 

Copyright by James Thorington, 
U. S. 1899, no. 16746, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Tolman, Herbert Cushing and Stevenson, 
James Henry. 

Herodotus and the empires of the 
east; based on Nikel's Herodot und 
die keilschriftforschung. New York, 
Cincinnati [etc.] Amer. book co. [1899] 
105 pp. 12°. (Vanderbilt Oriental 
series.) 238 

Copyright by Herbert Cushing Tol- 
man and James Henry Stevenson. Nash- 
ville. 1899, no. 5176", Jan. 12; 2' copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Towne, Edward C[ornelius] 

Index guide to Library of the world's 
best literature ...CD. Warner, ed- 
itor . . . New York, S. R. Peale and 
J.A.Hill [1899] ix,565pp. 4°. 239 

Copyright by R. S. Peale and J. A. 
Hill, New York. 1899, no. 5199, Jan. 12 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Turner's Winston and Salem city direc- 
tory, for the years 1899-1900 . . . 12th 
year. Yonkers, N. Y., Turner & co., 
1899. 8°. 240 

Copyright by Edward F. Turner, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 1899. no. 16743, Mar. 4 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

United States. Constitution. 

The Constitution of the United 
States; re-arranged for class study by 
F.A.Cleveland. Chicago, The Quad- 
rangle press, 1899. 29 pp. 12°. 241 

Copyright by Frederick A. Cleve- 
land, Chicago/ 1899, no. 17564, Mar. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

District court for the northern district 

of Xew York. 

Rules in bankruptcy, adopted . . . 
January 2, 1899. . . . Rochester, N. 
Y., Williamson law-book co., 1899. 27 
pp. 8 C . 242 

Copyright by Williamson law book 
co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899. no. 188, Jan. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 20, 1899. 

The United States standard register of 
shipping. Published by the United 
States standard steamship owners', 
builders' and underwriters' association, 
ltd., with rules for the construction 
and classification of steel vessels, &c. 



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BOOKS < PilOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 



A nth or 8 — Continued. 



The United States standard register of 
shipping — Continued. 
1898-1900. New York, 1899. ' pi. 4°. 

243 
Copyright by The United States 
standard steamship owners', builders' 
and underwriters' assoc.. ltd., New 
York. 1899, no. 7491, Jan. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

United States. Supreme court. 

General orders and forms in bank- j 
ruptcy ; made and promulgated by the j 
Supreme, court of the United States. 
With annotations by H. C. Black. | 
St. Paul, Minn., West pub. co., 1899. vi, j 
92 pp. 8 J . 244 

Copyright by West pub. eo., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 7603, Jan. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 6, 1899. 

Van Osdel, John M. 

A quarter century of Chicago archi- I 
teeture. [Chicago, A. L. Swift & co., ! 
1898] [130] pp. illus. pi. obi. 4°. ! 

245 ; 
CopvrightbyC. B. Schaefer, Chicago, j 
1898,no. 49587, Aug. 24; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 22, 1899. 

Yeblen, Thorstein [B.] 

The theory of the leisure class; an 
economic study in the evolution of in- 
stitutions. New York & London, 
The Macmillan co., 1899. Yiii, 400 pp. 
12-. 246 ; 

Copyright bv The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16343, Mar. 2; 2 ; 
copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Vermont. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases argued and deter- 
mined . . . by W. P. Stafford, v. 70. 
New series, v. 2. St. Johnsbnry,Vt., 
The Caledonian co., 1899. 8 C . 247 ' 

Copyright by Fred A. Howlandysec'y 
of state for the State of Vermont, U. S. ' 
1899, no. 12315, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd | 
Mar. 23, 1899. 
Voswinkel, Bertha M. 

Surgical nursing. 2d ed., rev. and ; 
enl. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's son 
& co., 1899. xvi, 9-206 pp. illus. 12°. 

248 
Copyright by P. Blakiston's son & 
co., Philadelphia, 1899, no. 13237, Feb. 
17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Wallace's year-book of trotting and pac- 
ing in i898. ... By the American 
trotting register association . . . v. 
14. Chicago, Amer. trotting register 
ass'n, 1899 [1898] 8°. 249 

Copyright by American trotting reg- I 
ister ass'n, Chicago. 1898, no. 50306. [ 
Aug. 29 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Walther, Johannes. 

Allgemeine meereskunde; abridged 
and edited, with notes and vocabulary, 
by Susan A. Sterling. Boston, D. C. 
Heath & co., 1899. viii, 180 pp. illus. 
map. 12-. (Heath's modern language 
series.) 250 

Copvright bv Susan A. Sterling, 
Madison, Wis. * 1899, no. 16319, Mar. 2: 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Webb, James Avery. 

A treatise on the law of usury, and, 
incidentally, of interest. St. Louis, 
The F. H. Thomas law book co., 1899. 
xliii, 720 pp. 8°. 251 

Copyright bv James Avery Webb. 

fc. Louis. -1899,- no. 1773 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Webb, Walter Loring. 

Problems in the use and adjustment 
of engineering instruments. Forms 
for field-notes. General instructions 
for extended students' surveys. 3d 
ed., rev. and enl. 1st thousand. 
New York and London, J. Wiley & 
sons, 1899. vii, 129 pp. 16 c . ' 252 

Conyright by Walter Loring Webb, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11138, Feb. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 8, 1899. 

Webster, [Noah] 

Vest pocket Webster dictionary and 
handy manual; including a dictionary 
of the language of flowers. . . . Chi- 
cago, VV. B. Conkey co. [1899] 196 pp. 
24°. 253 

Copyright by W. B. Conkey co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15448, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 



[Webster, Noah] 

White's people's Webster; a dic- 
tionary of the English language . . . 
edited bv M. White. New York. 
J. Hodgius, 1899. 388 pp. 16°. 254 

Copvright by John Hodgins, Brook - 
lvn. 1898, no. 67416. Nov. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Westbrook. Henry S. 

Burned at the stake. Benton, Ark. 
[Times-Courier print] 1899. 11 6 pp. 
port. 16 J . 255 

Copyright by Henrv S. Westbrook, 
Benton, Ark. 1898, no". 76971, Dec. 30; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Winston, N. B. 

W T aters that pass away [a novel] 
New York, G. W. Dillingham co., 1899. 
322 pp. 12°. 256 

Copyright by G. W. Dillingham co., 
New York. 1899, no. 12056, Feb. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



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BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Winter, Louise. 

" Half a wife" [and other selections] 
New York, Town topics pnb. co.,1899. 
247 pp. 12°. (Tales from Town topics, 
no. 31) 257 

Copyright by Town topics pnb. co., 
New York. 3899, no. 14444, Feb. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Wooster, Lizzie E. 

The Wooster primer. Topeka, 

Kans., Crane & co., 1899. 96 pp. illns. 
12-. - 258 

Copyright by Crane & co., Topeka, 
Kans. 1899, no. 10295, Feb. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 



Authors— Continued. 

The Worcester county register for 1899- 
1900 . . . Boston, Union pnb. co., 
1899. 8°. 259 

Copyright by Union pub. co., Boston. 
18 ( J9, no. 13633, Feb. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 18 ( J9. 



I. BOOKS.— (2) MISCELLANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Abbej r and Imbrie's catalogue, no. 161 ; 

season of 1899. 98 

Copyright bv Charles Frederick 

Imbrie, New York. 1899, no. 16367, 

Mar. 2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Advisory rates of Cascade, Dubuque 

county, Iowa. v. 64. 99 
De Witt, Clinton comity, Iowa. 

v. 114. 100 
Fayette, Fayette county, Iowa. v. 

144. 101 
Humboldt, Iowa, and Dakota City, 

Hnmboldt county, Iowa. v. 192. 102 
Latimer, Franklin comity, Iowa. 

v. 465. 103 

Copyright by Henry Bennett. Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa. 1899, nos. 15843, 15841, 

15840, 15842, 15844, Feb. 28; 2 copies 

each rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Albany Venetian blind co. Illustrated 

catalogue, 1899, 1900. 104 

Copyright by Albany Venetian blind 

co., Albany, N. Y. 1899, no. 14593, Feb. 

23 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Arithmetic. Instruction paper, 1st ed. 
Sec. 2, 217 B. 105 

Sec. 4, 217 D. 106 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scran ton, Pa. 1899, nos. 16352, 16350, 
Mar. 2 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Arithmetic. Sec. 3, 218 C. Instruction 

paper, 1st ed. 107 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton. 1899, no. 13935, Feb. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Art in dress; spring and summer, 1899. 

108 
Copyright by Hart, Schatfner & 
Marx, Chicago. 1899, no. 15354, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Beban (Geo. E.) She's more to be pitied 

than censured. 109 

Copyright by Geo. E. Beban, New 

York. 1899, no'. 16136, Mar, 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Bedaine (H. S.) The six best lithotints 
of the day. 110 

Copyright by Henry S. Bedaine, Mill- 
stadt, 111. 1899, no. 2343, Jan. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Jan. 9, 1899. 

Bell (The) telephone co., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Official list of subscribers. Ill 

Copyright by Bell telephone co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 16357, Mar. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Boy] an (Grace Dnffie). Hosanna and 

liuzzah. 112 

Copyright bv E. R. Herrick & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 13920, Feb. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Brownell (A. S.) The manufacture of 

real estate. 113 

Copyright by A. S. Brownell, New 

York. 1899, uo. 15799, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Business (A) driyer. 114 

Copyright by Folding bath tub co., 

Marshall, Mich. 1899, no. 15363, Fob. 

27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Titles — Contiuued. 

Caskadauanda (Anagaraka). Method of 
healing with or without drugs. 115 
Copyright bv Chas.W. Smilev, Wash- 
ington, U. C. 1899, no. 16169, Mar. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Commission to students for aiding in se- 
curing new students. 116 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scran ton, Pa. " 1899, no. 13215. Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Ponklin (M. L.) '-'The White Cross 

society," for men. 117 

Copyright by Mabel L. Conkliu, 

Brooklyn. 18J9, no. 16369, Mar. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 2. 1899. 

Dewey on de ocean ! 118 

Copyright by George W. Couser, 
Los Gatos, CaL 1899, no. 15801, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 125. 119 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 14116, Feb. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Dudley (Howard H.) Without an edu-. 

cation. 120* 

Copyright by Howard H. Dudley, 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 7531, Jan. 

23 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Evening (The) post's handbook of 
American finance, comprising high 
and low records in banking returns, 
treasury exhibits, aud trade statistics. 
Revised ed. 121 

Copyright by Evening post pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3666, Jan. 9; 1 
copy rec'd Feb. 10, 1899. 

Evidence. 122 

Copyright by National correspond- 
ence institute, Washington, D. C. 1899, 
no. 16796, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 

1899. 

Fall River and its manufactories ; 1803- 
1898, with valuable statistical tables. 

123 
Copyright by Henry H. Earl, Fall 
River, Mass. 1898, no. 75879, Dec. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 14, 1899. 

Few (A) facts about Cripple Creek. 124 
Copyright by Page gold mining co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 17741, Mar. 8; 2' cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

First instructions. 125 

Copyright by National correspond- 
ence institute, Washington. 1899, 
no. 16794, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 
1899. 

18385— Yol. 19, No. 2 2 



Titles — Continued. 

Foote (Allen Ripley). How should the 

franchise question be settled? 126 

Copyright by William Hughes pub. 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 15346, Feb. 27; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Fowler & co., patent agents and ex- 
perts. Copyrights, trade-marks, etc. 

127 
Copyright by Fowler & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 16649, Mar. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Free-church catechism. 



128 



Copyright by W. L. Green & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 15802, Feb. 28 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Fundamental principles of electricity 
and magnetism. Instruction paper. 
Book A, pt. 1. 129 

Question paper. Book A, pt. 1. 130 

Copyright by Electrical engineer 
institute, correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1899, nos. 16803, 16804. Mar. 
4; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Garland (Will). Congress. 131 

Copyright bv William A. Garland, 
Arkadelphia, Ark. 1899, no. 15356, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Graded lessons for church Sunday schools. 

Grade 5. 132 

Copyright bv Charles Harris Haves, 

Washington. 1899, no. 16801, Mar. 4 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar, 4, 1899. 

Graves (Harry M.) Drug store oppor- 
tunities. 133 

Good soda. 134 

Copyright by Harry M. Graves, Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. 1899, nos. 16407, 
16408, Mar. 2; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 
2, 1899. 

Hall-Shone co. (inc.), Rochester, N. Y. 
Catalogue of 1899; bicycle accessories, 
parts, fittings, tools, bicycles-, etc. 135 
Copyright by Hall-Shone co. (inc.), 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 7522, Jan. 23 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Heath (R.H.) Manilla far away. 136 

Only a bunch of blue ribbons. 137 

Copyright by Robert Henry Heath, 
Camden, Pa. 1899, nos. 16749, 16748, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, .1899. 



How to dress. 



138 



Copyright by John R. Lemmert, 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 16605, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 3899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Hunt (The) noiseless conveyer, and other 
machinery for handling coal, ashes, 
and similar materials. 139 

Copyright by C. W. Hunt co., New- 
York. 1899, no. 17223, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Hutchins (W. T.). Sweet peas up-to-date. 

2d ed. 140 

Copyright by W. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15338, Feb. 27 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Insurance to prevent wars between 

nations. 141 

Copyright by Homer L. Boyle, Grand 

Eapids, Mich. ' 1898, no. 71909, Dec. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Interest tables at 1, 1£, L}, If, 2, and 2$ per 

cent, etc. 142 

Copyright by Frank Wittenberg, 

Little Rock, Ark. 1899, no. 15351, Feb. 

27; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

List (A) of old and rare U. S. and Cana- 
dian coins. 143 
Copyright by Richard H. Darker, 
Portland, Me. 1899, no. 16363, Mar. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 

LoDg (E. A.). What is a seed? How to 

grow, how to kill it. 144 

Copyright by Elias A. Long, Buffalo. 

1899, no. 14896, Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 1, 1899. 

Milk (A) peddler's mishap. 145 

Copyright by James L. Judge, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 65069, Nov. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 31, 1898. 

Minturn (J. A.). Fifty thinks; simple 
but profitable. 146 

Copyright bv Joseph A. Minturn, 
Indianapolis. 1899, no. 16172, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
"Monitor" night signal code; for 
yachtsmen, navigators, engineers, and 
camps. 147 

Copyright by Monitor vapor engine 
and power co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
1899, no. 15360, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 27, 1899. 
Morse (S. A.). Outline of Bible studies 
for probationers' classes of the Metho- 
dist Episcopal church. 148 
Copyright by Sion A. Morse, Corning, 
N. Y. 1899, no. 6670, Jan. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Natural (The) art system of dressmaking. 

149 
Copyright by Mrs. Mary J. Robinson, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15349, Feb. 27; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Nick Carter weekly, no. 114. 150 

Copyright bv Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no". 12415, Feb. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Obligations and responsibilities of mem- 
bers of fraternal orders. 151 
Conyright by F. R. Dutton, Pitts- 
burgh Pa. 1899, no. 15366, Feb. 27 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Ohio statute slips for 1898. Legislative 
changes by enactments in v. 93, Ohio 
laws. 152 

Copyright by William Harvey Ander- 
son, Cincinnati. 1899, no. 163J4, Mar. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Potter (I. B.) How to form a consulate; 
or, Local organization within the league 
of American wheelmen. 153 

Copyright bv Isaac B. Potter, New 
York. 1899, no. 13578. Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Preservaline. 154 

Copyright bv Preservaline mfg. co., 
New York. «*1899, no. 16416, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Preventive (The) treatment for parasitic 
and germ diseases of sheep and cattle. 

155 
Copvright bv E. Taussig & co., New T 
York. 1899, no. 16608, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Ready reckoner for lengths and bevels of 

rafters. 156 

Copyright by John MeFarlane, Du- 

luth, Minn. 1899, no. 6489, Jan. 18; 2 

copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Sealed unto Christ; a confirmation man- 
ual. 2d ed. 157 
Copyright bv Ambrose M. Schmidt, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 1893, no. 6991, Feb. 4; 
1 copy rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Secret service, no. 6, March 3, 1899. 158 
Copvright by Frank Tousey, New 
York.' 1899, no'. 10376, Feb. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. 159 

Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16414, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Supplement to v. 174, Illinois su- 
preme court decisions. 160 

Supplement to v. 187, Pennsylvania 

state decisions. 161 

Copyright bv Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 16202, 16201, Mar. 1 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Smith (S. E.) & bro. Illustrated cata- 
logue of new designs of stair-builder's 
goods. 1899. 162 

Copyright bv S. E. Smith & bro., St. 
Paul. 1899, no. 17225, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Some complaints in regard to unsatisfac- 
tory ribbons to which we plead " not 
guilty/' 163 

Copyright by F. S. Webster co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 12351, Feb. 13: 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Speer (Robert E.) A frank talk about 
gambling and betting. 164 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17491, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Stockdale (J. S. ) Parody on " The banks 
of the Wabash." 165 

Copyright by J. S. Stockdale, U. S. 
1899, no. 16650, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 

Streetman (W.) The Streetman process 
of casting aluminum plates. 166 

Copyright bv Willard Streetman, 
Cleburne, Tex. "1898, no. 75234, Dec. 23; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Temperance exercise, no. 6. Self-mas- 
tery the secret of success. 167 
Copyright by United society of 
christian endeavor, Boston. 1899, no. 
11171, Feb. 7; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 
1899. 

Terhune (E.H.) Expansion. 168 

Copyright bv E. H. Terhune, Ruther- 
ford, N. J . 1899, no. 16204, Mar. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Tip top weekly, no. 151. 169 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 12417, Feb. 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
To the land of the midnight sun. 170 

Copyright by Emil L. Boas, New 
York. 1899, no. 12066, Feb. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Valuable lessons simply taught. 171 

Copyright by Vernal remedy co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 15846, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 
Vernal saw palmetto berry wine. 172 
Copyright bv Vernal remedy co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 17227, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
What is life? 173 

Copyright by Bayard drug co., New 
Haven, Conn. 1899, no. 7873, Jan. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



I BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AIV» MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically hy 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Agoncillo arrives at Oban. 209 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no* 17249, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Alarmed by rumor from Rome. 210 

Conyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago.' 1899, no. 17240, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
recVi Mar. 6, 1899. 

Alarmed by the Khalifa. 211 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15480, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Alarming dispatches at Madrid. 212 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16213, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



laities — Continued. 

Aleut (An) mission. 213 

Convright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 16816, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Alone. An American woman crosses 

wild Thibet. 214 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New Y r ork. 1899, no. 16864, 

Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

America is watching Germany. 215 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16496, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Anxious to be vindicated. 216 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no: 15483, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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Tit lea — Continued. 

Archbishop thanks the Pope. 217 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15492, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Armed rebels seized. 218 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16832, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

At the Gotham theaters. 219 

Copyright bv American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 15852, Feb. 28 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Austrian teacher is dead. 220 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16669, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Awaiting his opportunity. 221 

Copyright bj Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 15476, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Banffy (Baron) will go higher. 222 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17254, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Barbarous Tartar arrested. 223 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899,no. 16828, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Baseball (The) season. 224 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 16808, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Beauty hints. 225 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 16814, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Bicycle racing. 226 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 15851, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Bishop of Barcelona buried. 227 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15479, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Boyd's (Dr.) death was tragic. 228 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17244, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Bulgaria arrives in port. 229 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15487, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Bundle (The) of life. 



230 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 16818, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Cervera is denied a seat. 231 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16672, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Change in London government. 232 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15482, Feb . 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Cheaper rates to Europe. 233 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17241, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Chicago (The) record's home study circle; 
directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton, no. 
43, Feb. 20, 1899. Popular studies in 
European history. (2 copies Feb. 21, 
1899.) 234 

no. 44, Feb. 21, 1899. The world's 

great commercial products. (2 copies 
Feb. 23, 1899.) 235 

no. 45, Feb. 22, 1899. Governments of 

the world of to-day. (2 copies Feb. 
23,1899.) 236 

no 46, Feb. 23, 1899. Popular studies 

in literature. (2 copies Feb. 24, 1899.) 

237 

no. 47, Feb. 24, 1899. Popular studies 

in literature (continued). (2 copies 
Feb. 25, 1899. 238 

no. 48, Feb. 25, 1899. The world's 

great artists. (2 copies Feb. 27, 1899.) 

239 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 

downe, Pa. 1898, nos. 9086-9091, Jan. 

30; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 21 to Feb. 

27, 1899. 

no. 49, Feb. 27, 1899. Popular studies 

in European history. (2 copies Feb. 
28,1899.) 240 

no. 50, Feb. 28, 1899. The world's 

great commercial products. (2 copies 
Mar. 1,1899.) 241 

no. 51, Mar. 1, 1899. Governments of 

the world of to-day. (2 copies Mar. 2, 
1899.) 242 

no. 52, Mar. 2, 1899. Popular studies 

in literature. (2 copies Mar. 3, 1899.) 

243 

no. 53, Mar. 3, 1899. Popular studies 

in literature (continued). (2 copies, 
Mar. 4, 1899.) 244 

no. 54, Mar. 4, 1899. The world's 

great artists. (2 copies Mar. 6, 1899.) 

245 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 

downe, Pa. 1899, nos. 9092-9097, Jan. 

30; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27 to Mar. 

6, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued, 



China is threatened. 246 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 16662, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Choate (Mr.) in London. 217 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
oago. " 1899, no. 16830, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Choate (Mr.) in London. 248 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 17263, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Church bells toll in Vienna. 249 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- | 
cago, 1899. no. 15470, Feb. 27; 2 copies [ 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Church work in Cuba. 250 | 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 17231, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Clarke (J. B.) Phil Dennett's "high- j 
back." 251 | 

Copyright by John Boyd Clarke, j 
Boston. 1899,' no. 15497/ Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Congress of intern medicine. 252 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no, 16494, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Conrad (Joseph). The heart of dark- 
ness. 253 | 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 
York. 1899, no. 15296, Feb. 27 : 2 copies | 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Correct solution of the Journal's puzzle i 
of the Chinese tan grams.. 254, 255 I 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16900, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. no. 
17278, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. \ 

j 
Croft given up for lost. 256 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 16835, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Crowd out British traders. 257 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17247, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Curious facts about Croker's $16,000 din- 
ner for 1,600 people. 258, 259 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16891, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. no. 
17269, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Curious facts about the Vauderbilt- 

Whitney baby. 260 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16862, 

Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Dainty hats described by Daisy May. 

261 
Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, no. 16813, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Dates for Carlsbad races. 262 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 16821. Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Dead (A) man brought back to life. 

263,264 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16892, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. no. 
17270, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 
1899. 

Declares Gen. Otis is severe. 265 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 17232, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Denies that the Czar is ill. 266 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16833, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Discuss the Pope's letter. 267 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no.' 15172, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

"Dodo." Mrs. Herbert Asquith, wife of 
the ex-cabinet minister, and the hero- 
ine of the famous book called "Dodo." 

268 
Copyright by New Y'ork journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16867, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Dreyfus case again. 269 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16207, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Eggs in cold storage. 270 

Copyright by Madison Cooper, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 17229, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Enchanting Easter. 271 

Copj right by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, no. 16815, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

England runs behind. 272 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. l 1899, no. 16487, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Factions agree in Bulgaria. 273 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15489, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Fashions of New York. 274 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 17575, Mar. 7; 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Fear plot in France. 275 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 16489, Mar. 2 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Ferdinand (Prince) may marry. 276 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15494, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Filipinos still talk bravely. 277 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17246, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Finns fail to see the Czar. 278 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15491, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Fraser (W. A.) Flying on the swan's 

back. 279 

Copyright by W. A. Fraser, George- 

town/Can. 1899, no. 15309, Feb. 27; 2 

copies ree'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Funeral of M. Faure. 280 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 15462, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

German customs investigation. 281 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 15467, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

German emigration to America. 282 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 15475, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Germany advises Chambers' removal. 

283 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 15862, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Germany disposed to make concessions. 

284 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 17585, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Germany may strike. 285 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no.l6825, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Goes to the palace. 286 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17256, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Gustaf will visit Norway. 287 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16214, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Ilillis (Newell D wight). The ideal man- 
hood and the love that jjerfects the 
higher life. [In Chicago times-herald, 
Feb. 27, 1899.] 288 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 16216, x ar. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Hope for peace in Hungary. 289 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15466, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
How a feeble, delicate woman built her- 
self up to health and strength. 290, 291 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16899, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. No. 
17277, Mar. 6; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Humor page. March 5, 1899. 292 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 17280, Mar. 
6; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
In Manila on the eve of hostilities. 293 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 16819, Mar. 4; 2 
copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Ireland (Archbishop) indorsed. 294 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 16210, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Italy's demand may start rush on China. 

295 
Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York.' 1899, no. 17584, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Jarrold (Ernest). Mulcahy's resurrec- 
tion. 296 
Copyright by Ernest Jarrold, U. S. 
1899, no. 16811, Mar. 4; 2 copies ree'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 
Journal's (The) great puzzle of the pho- 
tographs. 297 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16870, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Just how we are taking up our share of 
"The white man's burden." 298, 299 
Copyright by Ne v York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16895, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. No. 
17273, Mar. 6; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 
1899. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Coxtixuej.. 



Titles — Continued. 

Keane writes to the Pope. 300 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16663, Mar. 3: 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Khalifa's forces are halted. 301 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 



cago. 1899, no. 162( 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 



Khalifa's new move surprises England. 

302 
Copyright bv Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 15862, Feb. 28 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Kills himself in Cologne. 303 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15173, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Kilmer (Capt. Geo. L.) fighting Filipinos. 

304 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 17574, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Knife and scissors school. 305 

Copyright bv Cyrus Kekr, Lakeside, 
111. 1899, no. 16205, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Labor troubles in Sweden. 306 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16829, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Larned (C. II.) State admission day 

celebration greeting. 307 

Copyright bv Charles Henrv Larned, 

Santa 'Criiz, Cal. 1899, no. 16800, Mar. 

4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Later advices from Samoa. 308 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago, 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899, 

Leaves $2,500,000 to charity. 309 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16495, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Leo (Pope) improving. 310 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago? 1899, no' 17230, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Leo (Pope) is very sick. 311 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 16668, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Lieutenant must go to prison. 312 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16827, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Likely to succeed Pope Leo. 313 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no*. 17237, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Little Miss As tor of England to be pre- 
sented at the Queen's next drawing 
room. 314. 315 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16898, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4. 1899. no. 
17276, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Lockout in England. 316 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no'. 15464, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Look for revolution in Italy. 317 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15484, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



M' Arthur (Peter). 
ent. 



The professor's pres- 
318 



Copyright bv Peter M'Arthur, U. S. 
1899, no. 15848, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Majority for trial revision. 319 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 16824, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Many rebels killed. 320 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15485, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Marie (Queen) reported dead. 321 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no. 17245, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Meditations of Martin Dooley. 322 

Copyright bv Chicago journal. Mar. 
4. 1899, no. 16840, Mar. 4 ;' 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Mineral and distilled drinking water. 

no. 8. 323 

Copyright by L. J. Cherrington, 

Salem, Mass. 1899, no. 17260, Mar. 6; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Miracle (A) of modern surgery. 324, 325 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16896, 

Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. no. 

17274, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Nash (J. J.) Short instructions for the 

first confession. 326 

Copyright bv Benziger brothers, New 

York." 1899, no. 17143, Mar. 6; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



102 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)-Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

New Easter gowns of the seven fashion 

leaders of the " 400." 327 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16865, 

Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

New cabinet for Hungary. 328 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16209, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

New Orleans man arrested. 329 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15465, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
New president at Budapest. 330 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no*. 17236, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
New professor for Oxford. 331 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 16492, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Norway in Finland's cause. 332 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15490, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Noted divine and author dead. 333 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 17233, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Oceanic (The) bigger than the Waldorf- 
Astoria. 334 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16866, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 
ampfer. no. 270. 335 
Copyright by German press and plate 
co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 17258, Mar. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Oratory in the French senate. 336 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16671, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 
Organ-grinder (The") who is after an earl- 
dom. 337 
Copyright bv American press assn., 
New York. 1899, no. 15854, Feb. 28; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 
Oscar (King) to visit France. 338 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15474, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Our little duchess bargaining with the 
Prince of Wales to buy Marlborough 
house. 339 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. If"' 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Paris fashion letter. 



340 



Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, no. 16806, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Peru complains of injustice. 341 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 

cagor 1899, no. 15469, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Peru's narrowness criticised. 342 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15488, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Plan an American concert. 



343 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16670, Mar. 3 : 2 copies 
reed Mar. 2, 1899. 

Plot to murder the Dowager. 344 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 16667, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Pope still in danger. 345 

Copy right by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 16831, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Pope's condition improving. 346 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17251, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Portfolio (A). 347 

Copvright by Cyrus Kehr, Lakeside, 
111. 1899, no. 17228, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Preparations for a stage production. 348 
Copvright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 16807, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

President (The) of Paraguay. 349 

Copyright by Frank G. Carpenter, 
Washington. 1899, no. 12455, Feb. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Pretty school ma'am, love-sick school- 
boy, and Uncle Edward. 350, 351 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16893, 
Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. no. 
17271, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Priest banished to Siberia. 352 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 15477, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Prison for deputies. 353 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15481, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Protests made in vain. 354 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. l»iJ9, no. 15495, Eel). 27; 2 copies 
reed Feb. 27, 1899. 

Radziwill intervieAv genuine. 355 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17239, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec d Mar. 6, 1899. 

Rampolla snubs Canevaro. 356 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16215, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Rebels in the lines. 357 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15463, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Recantation of Prof. Schell. 358 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17242, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Report no trace of Andree. 359 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16212, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Requiem mass in Bern. 360 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15468, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Reuter (Baron) is dead. 361 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16211, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Rhodes (Mr.) on expansion. 362 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 16841, Mar. 4; 2 cop- 
ies ree'd Mar. 4, 18b9. 

Rosebery for Lord Rector. 363 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16834, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Rowlands (Effie Adelaide). A child of 
charity. [In Ledger monthly.] 364 
Copyright by Robert Bonner's sons, 
New York. 1898, no. 54384, Sept. 17; 
2 copies ree'd in parts Sept. 17, 1898, to 
Mar. 2, 1899. 

Sagasta cabinet resigns. 365 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16823, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

St. Patrick's day with the jobbernowls. 

366 
Copyright by Caroline YVetherell, 
U.S. *1899, no. 16809, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

j Says Iloilo is abandoned. 367 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16491, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Scots see America. 368 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16673, Mar. 3 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

! Scott (W. G.) A systematic method of 
testing varnish, japans, lixed oils, etc. 

369 
Copyright by G. B. Heckel, Philadel- 
phia. 1899, no. 15858, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Silver vases for the Czar. 370 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16493, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Smallpox on a transport. 371 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 17248, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Some very curious facts about rattle- 
snakes. 372 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16861, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Star (The) of Columbia. 373 

Copyright by N. P. Beers, New York. 
1895, no. 15730, Mar. 18; 2 copies ree'd 
Mar. 2, 1899. 

Stephanie starts for Corfu. 374 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15471, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Strike at socialists. 375 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 15493, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
ree'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Strong (K. M.) For her name's sake. 

376 
Copyright by Howard Marcus Strong, 
U.S. 1899, no. 16812, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Sudden (A) epidemic of poisoning since 
the Mrs. Botkin case. ' 377, 378 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16897, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 1899. no. 
17275, Mar. 6; 2 copies ree'd Mar. 4, 
1899. 

Sunday reform in Europe. 379 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
tgo. 1899, no. 1" 
ree'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Sunday (The) school. Lesson 1, 3d quar- 
ter, international series, July 2. 380 

Lesson 2, July 9. 381 

Lesson 3, July 16. 382 

Lesson 4, July 23. 383 

Lesson 5, July 30. 384 

Lesson 6, Aug. 6. 385 

Copyright by D. M. Stearns, U. S. 
1899, nos. 17577-17581, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Switzerland's foreign trade. 386 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16826, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Szell cabinet announced. 387 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16488, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Szell cabinet is welcomed. 388 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16822, Mar. 4; 2 copies 



rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



389 



Timely and true. 

Copyright by Lester C. Hubbard, 
New "York. 1898, no. 68406, Nov. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

To save naval expenses. 390 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16497, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

To teach Russian and Chinese. 391 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17234, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Tower's (Mr.) farewell dinner. 392 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17255, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas Citv 

star, Feb. 23, 1899. ) 393 

CoDvright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 15502, Feb. 

27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Feb. 24, 1899. 394 

Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, uo. 15776, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Feb. 25, 1899. 395 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 15860, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



Feb. 27, 1899. 



396 



Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 16217, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Feb. 28, 1899. 397 

Copyright by Kansas Citv star co., 

Kansas Citv, Mo. 1899, no. 16674, Mar. 

3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Mar. 1,1899. 398 

Copvright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, uo. 16842, Mar. 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar, 4, 1899. 

Mar. 3, 1899. 399 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 17264, Mar. 
6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Trust aims at Cuba. 400 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago, 1899, no. 16820, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Trying to settle a boundary. 401 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17238, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6. 1899. 

Turks hostile to the English. 402 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15486, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Venetian carpenter a composer. 403 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 17252, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Wales' scheme falls flat. 404 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17235, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

War among Atlantic liners. 405 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17253, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Washington (The) monument. 406 

Copyright by Rudolph De Zapp, 
Washington. 1899, no. 15140, Feb. 25; 
2 copies" rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

What will the "400" do when the 
naughty Princess of Coburg comes to 
New York. 407 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16894, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

What will the "400" do when the 
naughty Princess of Coburg, the 
daughter of the wicked old king of 
Belgium, comes to New York. 408 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 17272, 
Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



105 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Why educated 
crimes. 



men commit 



hideous 
409 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16863, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Will kill meat bill. 410 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17250, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Will not close Callao school. 411 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16665, Mar. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. :>, 1899. 

visit Bremen. 
412 



William (Emperor) to 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 17243. Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Wolf (Dr.) is coming. 413 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16206, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Woman (The) in the case. 414 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16890, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Work (The) of women. 415 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New "York. 1899, no. 16817, Mar. 4; 2 
cojnes rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Work on Spanish discovery. 416 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16490, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Worse than earthquakes, hurled by this 

new gun of Uncle Sam's. " 417 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 16869, 

Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Yates (Consul) visits Naples. 418 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15478, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Cataloguf.) 



Titles. 

All for love; or, Love flows on forever: 
Aplav in 1 act, by James M. Colville. 

15 
Copyright by J. M. Colville, Philadel- 
phia, 1899, no. 15803, Feb. 28; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

" Betsy Ross " In 4 acts, bv H. A. Du 
Souchet. 16 

Copyright by H. A. Du Souchet, New 
York. 1899, no. 15804, Feb. 28 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



Hypnotic cure 
Alexander. 



A farce in 1 act, by Israel 
17 



Copyright bv Israel Alexander, Eos- 
ton. 1899, wo". 16370, Mar. 2; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



Ke-Wa-Nie. By C. H. Raush. 



18 



Copyright by Carrie H. Raush, 
Keams Canyon, Ariz. 1898, no. 40060, 
July 2; 2 copies rec'd July 18, 1898. 

My uncle, the general : A comedy drama 
in 3 acts, by Frank X. Buomau. 19 

Copyright by Frank X. Buoman, 
Jamestown, N. Y. 1899, no. 16616, Mar. 
3; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 3, 
1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Outlaw (The) ; or, The maid and the out- 
law : A romantic play in 3 acts and 5 
scenes, by George Totten Smith and 
Marie Doran. 20 

Copyright by George Totten Smith 
and Marie Doran, New York. 1899, no. 
12740, Feb. 16; 2 typewritten copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Power (The) of love. By Theodore 
Kremer. 21 

Cor-vriglit by Edward C. White, New 
York! " 1899, no. 16096, Mar. 1 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Scarlet (The) letter. By Nathaniel 
Hawthorne. Dramatized and adapted 
for the stage. 22 

Copyright by George P. Eustis, Wash- 
ington. 1899, no. 16759, Mar. 4 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Star-crowned (The) cross. By Julia C. 
Tenuey. 23 

Copyright by Mrs. J. C. Tenney, 
Orange, Mass. 1898, no. 56282, Sept. 26 ; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 1, 1898. 
Triumph (The) of the Philistines: A 
comedy in 3 acts. Henry Arthur Jones. 

24 
Copyright by Macmillan co., New 
York. 1899, no. 16320, Mar. 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



106 
III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. Apr., 
1899. (Rec'd Apr.3, 1899.) 185 

Copyright by New England railway 
pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75723. 

American agriculturist. Apr. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 186 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York. 1899, no. 675. 

American architect and building news. 

Apr. 1,1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 187 

Copyright by American architect and 

building news co., Boston. 1899, no. 

3832. 

American electrician. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1899.) . 188 

Copyright bv American electrician 
co., New York.' 1898, no. 76491. 

American investments and financial 
opinions. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 
1899.) 189 

Copyright by Niagara pub. co., Buf- 
falo. 1898, no. 72120. 

American negligence reports. Mar.-Apr., 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 190 

Copyright by Remick & Schilling, 
New Fork. 1899, no. 7921. 

Anthony's photographic bulletin. Apr., 
1899. " (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 191 

Copyright by E. & H. T. Anthony & 
co. , New York. 1898, no. 73123. 

Archives of pediatrics. Apr., 1899. 
(Apr. 7, 1899.) 192 

Copyright by E. B. Treat & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 7406. 

Art education. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
6,1899.) 193 

Copyright by J. C. Witter & co.. 
New York. 1898, no. 56737. 

Astrophysical j o u rn al . Mar., 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 194 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53793. 

Banking law journal. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 10, 1899.) 195 

Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 3, 1899.) 

196 
Copyright by Thomas B. Paton, New 
York. 1899, nos. 10632, 16679. 

Bibelot. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 4, 
1899.) 197 

Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 4, 1899.) 

198 

Copyright by Thomas B. Mosher, 

Portland, Me. 1899, nos. 16723, 16 7 24. 



Titles — Continued. 

Boston daily globe. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr.3, 1899.) 199 

Apr. 2, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 

200 

Apr. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 

201 

Apr. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

202 

Apr. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1899.) 

203 

Apr. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1899.) 

204 

Apr. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1899.) 

205 
Copyright by Globe pub. co., Boston. 
1899, nos. 3968-3974. 

Bradstreet's. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
3,1899.) 206 

Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2638. 

Cassier's magazine. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 3, 1899.) 207 

Copyright bv Cassier magazine co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3876. 

Catholic news. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr.3, 1899.) 208 

Apr. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 

209 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 74530, 74479. 

Chautauquan. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
27,1899.) 210 

Copyright by Theodore L. Flood, 
Meadville, Pa. 1897, no. 44078. 

Church. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 

211 
Copyright by Church publication 
co., Boston. 1898, no. 62815. * 

Clearing house quarterly. Apr., 1899. 

(Rec'd Apr.3, 1899.) 212 

Copyright by Attorneys' national 

clearing house co., Minneapolis. 1899, 

no. 7423. 

Club woman. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
5,1899.) 213 

Copyright by M. T. Pritchard, Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 56747. 

Collier's weekly. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 3, 1899.) 214 

Copyright bv Peter Fenelon Collier. 
New York. 1898, no. 59090. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. 
Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. ) 215 

Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1899.) 

216 



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Titles — Continued. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. 
(Quotation supplement.; Apr. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 217-219 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 4142, 4443, 4459. 

Commercial collector. Jan., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 1,1899.) 220 

Copyright by John W. White, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16144. 

Current history, fourth quarter. 1898. 
(Rec'd Mar. 13, 1899.) 221 

Copyright bv Garretson, Cox & co., 
Buffalo. 1899, no. 15643. 

Current literature. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899.) 222 

Copyright by Current literature 
pub. co., New York. 1899, no. 16677. 

Dry goods economist. Apr. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 223 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York. * 1899, no. 2379. 

Electrical review. Apr. 5, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1899.) 224 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 3419. 

Elite styles. May, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3. 
1899.) 225 

Copyright by Elite styles co., New 
York. 1898, no. 76104. 

Engineers' and power users' magazine. 
Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 226 
Copyright by Engineer magazine 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 3765. 

Engineers' list. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 
6,1899.) 227 

Copyright by Geo. I. Roberts & 
bros., New York. 1899, no. 10755. 

Examiner. Apr. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 

1899.) 228 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2587. 

Farm and home. (Western ed.) Apr. 
1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 229 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1898, no. 76470. 

Farmer. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 
1899.) 230 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 623. 

Greater America. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899.) 231 

Copyright by J. L. Davis & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16762. 



Tiiles — Continued. 

Harvard law review. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 

Mar. 2, 1899.) 232 

Copyright by Trustees, Harvard law 

review, Cambridge, Mass. 1898. no. 

23041. 

I Horseman. Apr. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 

1899.) 233 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 

newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2783, 

i Ice and refrigeration. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1899.) 234 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5773. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Apr. 2. 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 235 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo. 1899, no. 3002. 

Illustrated police news. Apr. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1899.) 236 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 
1899, no. 11856. 

Inland printer. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
7,1899.) 237 

Copyright by Inland printer co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 74173. 

Jewelers' weekly. Apr. 5, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1899.) 238 

Copyright by Trades weekly co., Tsew 
York. 1899, no. 3094. 

, Journal of geology. Feb. -Mar. 1899. 

(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 239 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 53780. 

i 

Leisure hours. Feb. 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 

8,1899.) 240 

Mar. 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 8, 1899.) 241 

Copyright by Charles A. Dixon, Phil- 
adelphia.' 1899, nos. 11410, 16501. 

Medical news. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
3,1899.) 242 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co.. New 
York/ 1899, no. 2718. 

Medical review of reviews. Mar. 25. 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 243 

Copyright by Medical review of re- 
views," New York. 1899, no. 7688. 

| Methodist magazine. Mar. -Apr. 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 244 

Copyright by Thos. D. Taylor, New 
York. 1899, no'. 9185. 

Monthly quotation record. Apr. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 245 

Copyright by Quotation record co., 
New York. 1899, no. 5461. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Mosker's magazine. Feb. 1899. (Rec r d 
Mar. 7, 1899.) 246 

Copyright by TV. E. Mosher, Youngs- 
town, Ohio. 1899, no. 16929. 

National provisioned Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 3, 1899.) 247 

Copyright by Joseph H. Senner, New 
York. 1899, no. 8564. 

New England homestead. Apr. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 8, 1899.) 248 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 727. ■ 

New England magazine. Mar. 1899. 

(Rec'd Mar. 4, 1899.) 249 

Apr. 1899. (Rec'd Apr., 1899.) 250 

Copyright by 

Bostoii. 1899, nos. 12747, 12748. 



New York herald. 

Apr. 3, 1899.) 
Apr. 2, 1899. 

Apr. 3, 1899. 

Apr. 4, 1899. 

Apr. 5, 1899. 

Apr. 6, 1899. 

Apr. 7, 1899. 



Apr. 1, 1899. ' (Rec'd 

251 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 

252 
(Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 

253 
(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

254 
(Rec'd Apr. 6, 1899.) 

255 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1899.) 

256 
(Rec'd Apr. 8, 1899.) 

257 

Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1899. nos. 14952-14958. 



New Yorker abendblatt. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 



Apr. 4, 
Apr. 5, 

Apr. 6, 



1899. 
1899. 
1899. 



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(Rec'd Apr. 
(Rec'd Apr. 
(Rec'd Apr. 



Apr. 1, 1899. 

258 

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259 

(Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

260 

1899.) 

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Copyright by New Yorker staats- 

zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1629- 

1634. 

New Yorker sountagsblatt. Apr. 2, 1899. 

(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 264 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 

zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1873. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Apr. 3, 1899. 

(Rec'd Apr. 3. 1899.) 265 

Apr. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

266 

Apr. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 1899.) 

267 i 

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268 



Titles — Continued. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Apr. 7, 1899. 
(Rec/d Apr. 7, 1899.) 269 

Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1899.) 

270 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeituDg, New York. 1899, nos. 1318- 
1323. 

New Yorker wochenblatt. Apr. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 6, 1899.) 271 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899,no. 1926. 

Official railway equipment register. Apr., 

1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 272 

Copyright by Railway equipment 

and pub. co., New York. 1898, no. 

73406. 

Our animal friends. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 

Apr. 3, 1899.) 273 

Copyright by American society for 

the' prevention of cruelty to animals, 

New York. 1898, no. 70582. 

Outlook. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 

1899.) 274 

Copyright by Outlook company, New 
York. 1899, no. 7058. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Apr. 
1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 275 

Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 14138. 

People's railway guide. Apr. 1, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 276 

Copyright by C. S. Pease, Albany, 
1899, no. 571. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Apr. 2, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 277 

Apr. 3, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 

278 

Apr. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 

279 

Apr. 5, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

280 

Apr. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Anr. 6, 1899.) 

281 

Apr. 7, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1899.) 

282 

Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 8, 1899.") 

283 
Conyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 51216- 
51222. 



Apr, 

284 



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1899. (Rec'd Apr '3,1899. ) 

Copyright by Apostleshin of prayer, 

New York. 1898, no. 71748." 

Primary school. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 

7,1899.) 285 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 15953. 



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Titles — Continued. 



1899. 
286 



Printer and bookmaker. Feb 
(Kec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 

Copyright by Howard Lockwood & 
co., New York. 1*99, no. 11408. 

Rand-McNally official railway guide. 
Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 3, 1899.) 287 
Copyright by American railway 
guide co., Chicago. 1898, no. 72353. 

Reliable poultry journal. Apr., 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 6, 1899.) 288 

Copyright by Reliable poultry jour- 
nal pub. co., Quincy, 111. 1898, no. 
72315. 

Rudder. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

289 
Copyright by Rudder pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 8126. 



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Apr. 1, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
290 



School journal 
Apr. 5, 1899.) 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15912. 



(Rec'd 
291 



Scientific American. Apr. 8, 1899. 
Apr. 7, 1899.) 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 
1899, no. 413. 

— (Supplement.) Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr.7,l899.) 292 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 

1899, no. 476. 

Standard. Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 6, 
1899.) 293 

Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York. 1899, no. 14723. 

Stenographer. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 
6, 1899.) 294 

— Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 1899.) 

295 
Copyright by Stenographer printing 
and pub. co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 
13717, 13718. 

Street railway journal. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1899.) 296 

Copyright by Street railway pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 76503. 

Students' journal. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899.) 297 

Copyright by Andrew J. Graham & 
co., New York/ 1899, no. 16760. 



Apr. 4, 

298 



Svenska Amerikanska posten. 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 7, 1899.) 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 781. 

Table talk. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 5, 
1899.) 299 

Copyright by Table talk pub. co., 
Philadelphia. *1898, no. 73767. 

Tatler. Mar". 25, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 28, 
1899. ) 300 

Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 

301 
Copyright by A. M. Marcotte, St. Au- 
gustine, Fla. 1899, nos. 15896, 15897. 

Teachers' institute. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 

Mar. 29, 1899.) 302 

Gopyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15973. 

Town topics. Apr. 6, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
6,1899.) 303 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3988. 

Travelers' official railway guide. Apr., 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 1899.) 304 

Copyright by National railway pub. 
co., New York.' 1899, no. 4705. 

Travelers' ready-reference Appleton's 

guide. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 4, 

1899.) 305 

Copyright by Knickerbocker guide 

co., New York. 1899, no. 4527. 

Western electrician. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 8, 1899.) 306 

Copyright by Electrical pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 301. 



Mar., 1899. 



(Rec'd Apr. 
307 



Yale review. 
5,1899.) 

Copyright by Yale pub. co., New Ha 
ven, Conn. 1898, no. 59948. 



Young people's weekly. Apr. 16, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 7, 1899,) ' 308 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 1899, no. 3153. 



Apr. 6, 1899. (Rec'd 
309 



Youth's companion 
Apr. 5, 1899.) 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., Bos 
ton. 1899, no/8447. 



110 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AJNTD COL- 
LKCTIOINTS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alabama dream. A rag-time cake walk, 
for piano solo, by Geo. D. Barnard. 

412 
Copyright bv John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899,' no. 17806, Mar. 8 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

All hail, bright resurrection day. Sacred 
song for Easter. Words by Frank J. 
Bonnell; music by Philip Greely. 413 
Copyright bv Philip Greely. Dorches- 
ter, Mass. 1899, no. 17899, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Alia polska. Piano seul. Gabriel-Marie. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 414 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17721, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Allegretto, by J. A. Andre ; edited by Kate 
S.Chittenden, no. 212. Piano. 415 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston . 1898, no. 67384, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Am golf von Mexico. Walzer, fiir piano, 
von Camillo Morena : op. 14. Leip- 
zig, Freidrich Hofnieister. 416 
Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899*no. 17471, Mar. 7; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Amadigi. G. F. Handel; edited by Rob. 
Franz ; English version by Isabella G. 
Parker, no. 51. "Ah, spietato." Reci- 
tative and aria for soprano. 417 

no. 52. Pena tiranna. Recitative 

and aria for alto. 418 

no. 53. S'estinto e l'idol mio. Aria 

for soprano. 419 

no. 54. Susurate, onde lucenti. 

Aria for alto. 420 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16961, 16953-16955, Mar. 4; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Amadis. Giovanni B. Lully; edited by 
Max Spicker; English version by Isa- 
bella G. Parker, no. 55. Amour, que 
veux-tu de moi. Aria for alto. 421 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16948, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Amant (L') jaloux. A. E. M. Gretry ; ed- 
ited by F. A. Gevaert; English version 
by Isabella G. Parker, no. 57. Je 
romps la chaine qui m'engage. Aria 
for soprano. 422 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16949, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Among the hills of Maryland. Words 
and music by R. M. Stults. 423 

Copyright by M. D. Swisher, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 14228, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Among the roses. Waltz, by C. L. Barn- 
house; arranged by W. H. Kiefer. 2 
mandolins and guitar. 424 

Copyright bv C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 1899, no. 11261, Feb. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Anacreon. A. E. M. Gretry ; English ver- 
sion by Isabella G. Parker, no. 59. Si 
des tristes cypres. Aria for mezzo- 
soprano or alto. 425 

no. 60. "Songe enckanteur." Aria 

for baritone. 426 

Copvrightby G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16950, 16980, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

And I didn't go to work that day. Writ- 
ten and composed by A. J. Mills and 
Harry Castling. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter.. 427 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17075, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Andronico. S. Mercadante; English ver- 
sion by Isabella G. Parker, no. 61. 
Nel seggio placido. Duet for soprano 
and mezzo-soprano. 428 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16981, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Animation two-step, by Herbert H. 

Buckle. 429 

Copyright by Herbert H. Buckle, 

Chicago. 1899, no. 16642, Mar. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Anita. By Chevalier Enrico Galgiulo. 
For mandolin. 430 

For mandolin and guitar. 431 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 16523, 16528, 
Mar. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Anna Boleua. G. Donizetti; English 
version by Isabella G. Parker, no. 63. 
Ah, parea che per incanto. Scena and 
eavatina for alto. 432 

no. 64. Al dolce guidami. Cavati- 

na for soprano or mezzo-soprano. 433 

no. 65. Deh ! non voler costringere. 

Rom an z a for alto. 434 

no. 66. Nel veder la tua costanza. 

Scena and aria for tenor. 435 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16982, 16971-16973, Mar. 4; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Ill 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Antigona. T. Traetta; edited by Carl 
Bauck; English version by Isabella G. 
Parker, no. 67. " Onabra cara." Aria 
for soprano. ■ 436 

Copyright by G. Schirnier, New York. 
1899, no. 16962, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Arabesque, by S. Heller; edited by Kate 

S.Chittenden, no. 207. Piano. 437 

Copyright by Silver. Burdett & co., 

Boston. 1898," no. 67378, Nov. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Ariette. Were I sunbeam. I would fly. 
(Mezzo-soprano or baritone.) Music 
by Paul Vidal; English version by 
Isabella G. Parker. 438 

Copyright byG. Schirnier, New York. 
399, no. 16! 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Ariodant. E.N. Mehul; English version 
by Isabella G. Parker, no. 69. Femme 
sensible. Romance for baritone. 439 
Copyright bvG. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16963, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Arlequinade. Yiolon et piano, par Ga- 
briel-Marie. Leipzig, Bosworth & 
co. 440 
Copvright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17720, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Armida. Nicolo Jomelli; English ver- 
sion by Isabella G. Parker, no. 70. 
Torn a pure. Trio for soprano, alto, 
and tenor. 441 

Copyright byG. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 169134, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Armide. C.W. von Gluck; edited by F. 
A. Gevaert; English version by Isa- 
bella G. Parker, no. 71. Ah, si la 
libertd. Cavatina for mezzo-soprano. 

442 

no. 72. Allez, eloignez-vous de moi. 

Aria for tenor. 443 

no. 73. On s'etonnerait moins, que 

la saisou nouvelle. Aria for soprano. 

444. 

no. 74. Yoici la charmante retraite. 

Aria for soprano. 445 

no. 75. Esprit de haine et de rage. 

Duet for soprano and baritone. 446 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16995-16997, 17004, 17005, Mar. 
4; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Aroldo. G. Verdi ; English version by 
Isabella G. Parker, no. 76. Sotto il 
sol di Siria. Scena and cavatina for 
tenor. 447 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 17006, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

18385— Yol. 19, Xo. 2 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Artaserse. Adolfo Hasse; English .ver- 
sion by Isabella G. Parker, no. 78. 
Tu vuoi ch'io viva. Duet for two so- 
prani. 448 

Leonardo da Yinci ; English version 

by Isabella G. Parker, no. 80. "Vo', 
solcanda un mar crudele." Aria for 
soprano. 449 

no. 79. Deh! respirar lasciatemi. 

Aria for soprano. 450 

Luigi Cherubini; edited and ar- 
ranged by Max Spicker: English ver- 
sion by Isabella G. Parker, no. 77. 
Vuoi ch'io vivo, O caro bene. Duet for 
two soprani. 451 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16990, 16956, 16991, 16989, Mar. 
4; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

As it began to dawn. Anthem for Easter 
for mixed voices and organ, by George 
C.Martin; edited by H. W.*Nicholl. 

452 
Copyright byG. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16993, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Asperges. By D. J. Leouard. 453 

Copyright by D. J. Leonard, Law- 
rence/Mass. 1899, no. 16775, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Astarto. Giovanni Buononcini; edited 
by F. A. Gevaert; English version by 
Isabella G. Parker, no. 81. Deh! lascia, 
O core. Aria for mezzo-soprano. 454 

no. 82. L'espertonocchiero. Aria for 

mezzo-soprano. 455 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16958, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

At night. Trio for women's voices, by 

Reinhold L. Herman. 456 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 1899, no. 16511, Mar. 2 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Attila. G. Verdi; English version by 
Isabella G.Parker, no. 83. Allorche 
i forti corono. Scena and cavatina for 
soprano. 457 

no. 84. Dagli immortali vertice. 

Scene and aria for baritone. 458 

no. 85. Mentre goniiarei l'anima. 

Scene and aria for bass. 459 

no. 86. Oh nel fuggente nuvolo. 

Scene and romance for soprano. 460 

no. 87. Tardo per gli anni, e tremulo. 

Duet for baritone and bass. 461 

no. 88. Te sol, te sol, quest' anima. 

Trio for soprano, tenor, and baritone. 

462 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16998-17000, 16977-16979, Mar. 
4; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Aty^. Nicola Piccini ; edited by F. A. 

Gevaert; English version by Isabella 

G. Parker, no. 89. Brftle d'une flamrne. 

Recitative and aria for tenor. 463 
no 90. Quel trouble agite rnon cceur. 

Recitative and aria for tenor. 464 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, nos. 17007, 17008, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 

each rec'd Mar. 4 J 1899. 

Autumn. By C. Stainaty; edited by Kate 
S. Chittenden, no. 203. Piano. 465 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67372, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Awake, thou that sleepest. Easter an- 
them, for mixed voices and organ, by 
F.C. Maker; edited by H.W.Nicholl. 

466 
Copyrightby G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16992, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Back to my old Vermont homestead. 
Words by Harry H. Lane; Music by 
V. M. Jones. 467 

Copyright by Lane & Jones, Spring- 
field, Mass. 1899,no. 17518, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Banjo am de music. Waltz, for banjo, 
by Arling Shaeffer. 468 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17641, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
reed Mar. 7, 1899. 

Banjo rag time. For banjo, by Arling 
Shaeffer. 469 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17647, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Banquet march, by P. F. del Campigilo. 
Piano. 470 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 16522, Mar. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 
Barcarole, in G minor, by A. Rubinstein: 
op. 50 ; edited by F. Meyer. 471 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 16508, Mar. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 
Barcarolle. Violon et piano, par Gabriel- 
Marie. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

472 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17718, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Bilrenhauter (Der), in 3 akten, von Sieg- 
fried Wagner. Parti tur. Leipzig, 
Max Brockhaus. 473 
Copyright by Max Brockhaus, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17080, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Beautiful Eden. Words by Mrs. M. A. 
Kidder; music by W. H. Doane. 474 
Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17545, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, J899. 

Because. Male quartette. Words by 
Fred'k V. Bowers; arranged by Charles 
F. Shattuck. 475 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17024, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Behold He cometh. Quartet. Words by 

H. Suso ; music by H. W. Porter. 476 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 16520, Mar. 2; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Behold, there was a great earthquake. 
Chorus and tenor solo. Music by H. 
W. Porter. 477 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 16515, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Belle (The) of New York. "She is the 
belle of New York." By G. Kerker. 
no. 504. 478 

"They all follow me." G. Kerker. 

no. 503. 479 

Copyright bv Mermond freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1899, nos. 16590, 
16576, Mar. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 
3, 1899. 

Belle Marquise. Piano seul., par Gabriel- 
Marie. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

480 



480 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
ig. 1899, no. 17717, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
ae'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



rec 



Berlin mazurka, accordion style, for ban- 
jo, by Arling Shaeffer. 481 
Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17643, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Binks' wife; or, Leave her to me. Writ- 
ten and composed by Charles Osborne. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 482 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17069, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Blue (The) bells (Les blenets). Song, 
with French and English text, by T. E. 
della Rocca. 483 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 17664, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Bowery Buck. Ragtime two-step, com- 
posed by Tom Turpin; arranged by D. 
S. De Lisle. 484 

Copyright by Eobt. De Yong & co., 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 17187, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Break the news to mother. By C. K. 

Harris, no. 528. 485 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 16578, 

Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

British (The) grenadiers, no. 505. 486 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix," Switzerland. 1899, no. 16589, 
Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

British (The) guards march, by Charles 

A. E. Harriss. 487 

Copyright by Whaley, Eoyce & co., 

Toronto, Canada. 1899, no. 16571, Mar. 

3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Brooklet waltz, for the piano or cabinet 

organ, composed by D. W. Crist. 488 

Copyright by D. W. Crist, Moultrie, 

Ohio. 1898, no. 74074, Dec. 19 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Cabinet (The). A choice collection of 
songs and instrumental music arranged 
for piano or organ. 489 

Copyright by Smith & White co., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 17016, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Call me thine but once again. Ballad, 
by Frank Dreppesh. 490 

Copyright bv Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Galveston, Tex'. 1899, no. 16503, Mar. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 
Canzonetta. Violon et piano, par Gab- 
riel-Marie. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

491 
Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17719, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Carnival of Venice. Variations. Banjo 
solo, arranged by Arling Shaeffer. 492 
Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17634, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Catherine schottische, for banjo, by 
Arling Shaeffer. 493 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17645, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Changeless love. Words by George 
Child; music by Anton Strelezki. 
London, Wickins & co. 494 

Copyright by Wickins & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no.' 16720, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Title* — Continued. 

"Chicoongo." Coon song and chorus, 
by Arthur S.Shaw. 495 

Copyright by Isadore Whiteson, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 53367, Sept. 12; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Child of the sun. Words by E. S. Mul- 

lins ; music by E. B. Mullins. 496 

Copyright by E. S. Mullins, U. S. 

1899, no. 17173, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1899. 

Christ being raised. Chorus with solos. 

Music by H. W. Porter. 497 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899. no. 16521, Mar. 2 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

City (The) of the King. Sacred song. 
Words by H. V. Neal; music by C. W. 
Benuet. High voice. 498 

Copyright by White-Smith music 
pub. co. ; iioston. 1899, no. 16532, Mar. 
2 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

j Cold (A) and frosty morning. Written 
and composed by Frank Leo. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 499 
Copyright by Francis, Day <fc Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17067," Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

I Colored (The) waiters. Cake walk, by 
C. H. Yahrling. Band. 500 

Orchestra. 501 

Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land. 1899, nos. 17012, 17011, Mar. 4: 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

I Come back to Erin's, the song I love the 

the best ; or, The song my mother used 

to sing. Words and music by W. R. 

I Williams. 502 

Copyright by Will Rossiter, Chicago. 
1899, no. 14171, Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 
Come, glide with me. Song. Words and 
music by Graham Valmore. In G. 
London, Edwin Ashdown, ltd. 503 

Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, Lon- 
don. "1899, no. 17475, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Complete in Him. Words by M. Shee- 
leigh; music by B. S. Dise. 504 

Copyright bv B. S. Dise, Curwens- 
ville, Pa. 1899,"no. 16386, Mar. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Concert (G moll), fiir violoncello und or- 
chester, von Fritz Kauffmann : op. 29. 
Clavier auszug. Berlin, Carl Paez 
(D. Charton). 505 

Copyright by Carl Paez (D. Charl- 
ton), Berlin. 1899, no. 17473, Mar. 7 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Concert in G moll, fiir violine und or- 
chester. Allegro marciale-andantino 
(idylle). Allegro molto. Componirt 
von Joseph Miroslav Weber. Parti tur. 
Orchesterstimmen. Mtinchen, Jos. 

Aibl verlag. 5C6 

Copvright by Jos. Aibl verlag, Miin- 
chen, Germany. 1899, no. 17090, Mar. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Concert rondo, for two violins with piano 
accompaniment. Composed by L. Mau- 
rer : op. 26. London, Alfred Lengnick. 

507 
Copyright by Alfred Lengnick, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 17060, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Contentment. Morceau, for the piano- 
forte, by F. Zitterbart. 508 
Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 17666, Mar. 7 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Coon's picnic. Patrol, by Will H. Kiefer. 

2 mandolins and guitar. 509 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, Iowa. 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Crimson (The) flush. "March, by Russel 
Alexander; arranged by Will H. Kiefer. 
2 mandolins and guitar. 510 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. 1899, no. 12554, Feb. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Crusader's war song. Words by Mrs. 
Hemans; music by Herbert H. Nelson. 
London, J. B. Cramer & co., ltd. 511 
Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 1899, no. 16574, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Cuba free forever. March, by L. Baarsch ; 

arranged by C. A. Egener. Band. 512 

Copyright by A. Buchbaum, New 

York. ' 1899, no. 17015, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Cyrano march aud two-step, by W. H. 

Krell. 513 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 13759, Feb. 18; 2 

copies~rec ; d Mar. 3, 1899. 

Dance violetta, by M. L. Morris; arranged 

by Sig C. Mann. 1st and 2d banjo. 

514 
Copyright by Joseph Morris, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 17384, Mar. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Dancing sea spray. Caprice, by Eduarcl 
Hoist. Piano. 515 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 17040, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dark-town schottische, for banjo, by 
Arling Shaeffer. 516 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17639, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Darkies' (The) home, sweet home. Words 
and music bv Chas. E. Baer; arranged 
by Fred. Bunte. 517 

Copyright by Joseph Morris, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 15715, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Darling blue-eyed Norah. Written and 
composed by J. E. Murray. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 518 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hnnter, 
London. 1899, no. 17077, Mar. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Darling Cloe schottische, for banjo, by 
Arling Shaeffer. 519 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17642, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Darling Mazie. Sweet heart, fond heart, 
true heart. Words and music by Gil- 
more and Leonard. 520 
Copvright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17660, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Dat coon done spend my money on a 
crap game. Words and music bv Sol. 
Stone. " 521 

Copyright by F. W. McGahan, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17387, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Dawn (The) is now breaking. Chorus 
of women. Words by M. E. Shorev; 
music by H. W. Porter. 522 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1899, no. 16513, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Dear is my little native vale. Vocal 
duet. Words by Samuel Rogers; mu- 
sic by Franco Leoni. London, Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 523 
Copvright by Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 17860, Mar. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Deus misereatur. By C. C. Stearns. 524 
Copvright by White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 17014, Mar. 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Doc Brown's cake walk. (The original 
Kansas City rag.) By Chas. L. John- 
son. Orchestra. 525 

Piano solo. 526 

Copyright by J. W. Jenkins' sons 
music co., Kansas City. 1899, nos. 
17183, 17184, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Mar. 8, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Dove (The). By C. Reinecke; edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden, no. 221. Piano. 

527 
Copyright by Silver, Bnrdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67388, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Dream of love. Roman za. Words by 
William H. Gardner ; music by Frederic 
Solomon. 5^8 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17656, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Dreams of home. By W. Cooper; ar- 
ranged by D. M. H. May for violin and 
piano. 529 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 
more. 1899, no. 18058, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Drown it in the bowl. Drinking song, 
for male voices. Chauncey Olcott ; ar- 
ranged by C. F. Shattuck. 530 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17029, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Easter (The) promise. Words by Palmer 
Hartsough; music bv J. H. Fillmore. 

531 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 1082-1 . Feb. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Echoes from old Mobile. Characteristic 
march and two-step, by Walter E. 
Petry. 532 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sous co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 13761, Feb. 18; >. 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Eile, Gott! [Sopran-solo.] Von H. Fri- 
tzsche. 533 

Copyright by Peter Ritter, Cleve- 
land. * 1899, no. 17715, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Elegie. BvDiabelli; edited by Kate S. 
Chittenden, no. 212. Piano. 534 

Copyright by Silver, Bnrdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67383, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Elite (The) two-step, by Will H. Kiefer. 

2 mandolins and guitar. 535 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, Iowa, 1899, no. 11262, Feb. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4. 1899. 

Elsa at the door. Words and music by 
Lily Sutherland Woodruff. 536 

Copyright by Lily Sutherland Wood- 
ruff, Janesville, Wis. 1899, no. 12584, 
Feb. 14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Esclave(L'). [The bondmaid.] Song for 
alto or baritone. Music by Edouard 
Lalo; English version by Th. Baker. 

537 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16983, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Eternity is near. Words by J. W. Van 
De Venter; music by W. S. Weeden. 

538 
Copyright by W. S. Weeden, New 
York. 1899, no. 17956, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Etude, bv H. Ravina; edited by Kate S. 

Chittenden, no. 214. Piano' 539 

Copyright by Silver, Bnrdett & co., 

Boston. 1898', no. 67385, Nov. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Everything for Jesus. Words by Flora 
Kirkland; music by W. T. Southerton. 

540 

Copyright by W. S. Weeden, New 

York. 1899. no. 17958, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Fair-play march, for the piano or cabinet 

organ, composed by J. D. Shaver. 541 

Copyright by D. W. Crist, Moultrie, 

Ohio. 1898, no. 74075, Dec. 19; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Faith. Music by B. S. Dise. 542 

Copyright by B. S. Dise, Curwens- 

ville, Pa. 1899, no. 16387, Mar. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Fanfare. By C. Stamaty; edited by 

Kate S. Chittenden, no. 201. Piano. 

543 
Copyright bv Silver, Bnrdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, 'no. 67369, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 
Farewell (A). Vocal duet. Words by 
LoT-d Tennyson; music by Franco 
Leoni. London, Cliappell & co., ltd. 

544 

Copyright by Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. *" 1899, no. 17862, Mar. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Father, pray with me to-night. Words 

by A. G. Chase; music by C. A. White. 

545 
Copyright by D. L. White, U. S. 
1899. no. 17523, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 
Fighting (The) 13th. Patriotic song and 
march. Words and air by Rena N. 
Sangster. Arranged by Chas. E. Pratt. 

546 
Copyright by Rena N. Sangster, Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 17178, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Fisher's hornpipe. Variations by D. M. 

H. May for violin or mandolin and 

piano. 547 

Copyright by P. J. Lammers, Balti- 

iore. 1899, no. 1 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Flagship " Brooklyn." March and two- 
step, by G. Savasta. 548 
Copyright by M. Witrnark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17662, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Flor (La) del cafe. Letra de Placido; 

nmsica de Roberto Stewart. 549 

Copyright by W. H. Boner & co., 

Philadelphia, 1899, no. 16707, Mar. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Florida (A) cracker. Rag two-step, by 

Ellis Brooks. 550 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1898, no. 75093, Dec. 22; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

For old times' sake. Waltz, by Ernest 

Allan. London, Francis, Day <& 

Hunter. 551 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 1899, no. 17061, Mar. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Forest birds. Duet for soprano and tenor, 

by W. A. Briggs. 552 

Copyright by W. A. Briggs, U. S. 

1899, no/17524, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 7, 1899. 
From Egypt's bondage come. Anthem. 

Music by Arthur Page; edited by H. 

W.Nicholl. 553 

Copyright by Gr. Schirmer, New York, i 

1899, no. 16975*, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 4, 1899. 
Fiinf salon stiicke fiir klavier von Karl 

Gleitz : op. 25. Berlin, W. Groscurth. J 

no. 1. Menuett. 554 j 

no. 2. Choral. 555 ' 

no. 3. Walzer. 556 

no. 4. Wiegenlied. 557 j 

no. 5. Walzer. 558 

Copyright by W. Groscurth, Berlin. 

1899, lios. 17463, 17462, 17459, 17461, 

17460, Mar. 6; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 

7, 1899. 
Gathering roses from the dell. Words j 

and music by Mary Allen. 559 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., | 

Chicago. 1898, no. 75091, Dec. 22; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Gavotte in A flat. Pimpernel. Arthur j 

L.Brown: op. 20, no. 2. Piano. 560: 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 17038, Mar. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Gavotte of the Mathurins. By G. Le- 
niaire. Arranged by Emma Schubert 
for 1st and 2d mandolin aud guitar. 

561 
Copyright by W. H. Boner & co., 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 16706, Mar. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Gavotte tendre, pour piano. Louis 

Ganne. Paris, Costallat & cie. 562 

Copyright by Costallat & cie., Paris. 

1899/no. 17458', Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 7, 1899. 

Gipsy (La). Mazurka dcossaise pour 
piano. Louis Ganne. Paris, Cos- 
tallat & cie. 563 
Copyright by Costallat & cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 17456, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 

Girl (The) I love I can not call my own. 
Emily Smith. Arranged by Hans S. 
Line for orchestra. 564 

Copyrightby Jane A. Byrne, Chicago. 
1899, no. 17382, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 

Girl (The) I love I cannot call my own. 
Words by Harry F. Miller; music by 
Emily Smith; arranged by Hans L. 
Line. 565 

Copyright by Jane A. Byrne, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no. 8489, Jan. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Glorious (The) name. Chorus. Music 

by H. W. Porter. 566 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899,no. 16529, Mar. 2; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Good (The) old way. Words by F. J. C. : 
music by W. H. Doane. 567 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 18b9, no. 17538,, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Gridiron (The) march for the piano or 
organ, by A. R. Shaw. 568 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 11021, Feb. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Hail to the risen Lord. Easter anthem. 
Music by A. R. Gaul; adanted bv T. 
G. S. - 569 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1899, no. 16969, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Halloo, Johnny, and halloo, Yank; or, 
Along the picket line. Song and 
chorus. Words and music by L. L. 
Ross. 570 

Copyright by L. L. Ross, U. S. 1899, 
no.13927,* Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
16, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Happy home. Words by Miss J. Pollard ; 
music by W. H. Doane. 571 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17539, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Harlem rag. Two-step. Composed by 
Tom Turpin ; arranged by 1). S. De 
Lisle. 572 

Copyright bv Robt. De Yong & co., 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 17188, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Harmonious (The) blacksmith, by G. F. 

Handel, no. 506. 573 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 16588, 

Mar. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Has anybody seen my dolly? Written 
and composed by George A. Stevens. 
London, Francis, Day &. Hunter. 574 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17076, Mar. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

He was one of the old brigade. Written 
by T. Conley; composed by Pat Raf- 
ferty. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 575 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17074, Mar. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

He who laughs last laughs best. Words 

and music by F. M. Brand. 576 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 17659, Mar. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 18»9. 

Heart yearnings. R. 0. Smith; W. S. 

Wee den. 577 

Copyright by W. S. Weeden, New 

York. * 1899, no. 17954, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Hearts with the dawn doth break. 
Words by Walter E. Burney; music 
by P. H. Brehmer. 578 

Copyright by C. O. Spaulding, Pitts- 



field, Vt. 1899, no. 6355, Jan. 17 



cop- 



ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Hennaman's new banjo method. 579 

Copyiight by Wm. H. Hennaman, 

Philadelphia, 1899, no. 17500, Mar. 7 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Hide and seek sehottische, for banjo, by 

Arling Shaeffer. 580 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17649, Mar. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Holiday quickstep, by H. E. Kimball: 

op. 8. 581 

Copyright by H. E. Kimball, U. S. 

1899, no. 13925,* Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Honey dat Hove so well. (Male voices.) 
Harry Freeman; arranged by C. F. 
Shattuck. 582 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 18^99, no. 17031, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Honey Sue. Words by John M. James; 
music by G. B. Brigham. 583 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 5587, Jan. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Honey, you'se ma lady love. (Male 
voices.) Nat Mann; arranged by C. F. 
Shattuck. 584 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17033, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Hunter's return. By Chevalier Enrico 
Galgiulo. For mandolin. 585 

For mandolin and guitar. 586 

Copyright by Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 16524, 16525, Mar. 
2; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Hush-a-ba, birdie. (A Scotch lullaby.) 
By Alice Chambers Bunten. London, 
Paterson & sons. 587 

Copyright by Paterson &, sons, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 1899, no. 16322, Mar. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

I am He that liveth. Anthem. Music 
bv Oliver King; edited by H. W. 
Nicholl. 588 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New 
York. " 1899, uo.' 16976, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

I have set God always before me. Easter 
anthem for mixed voices and organ. By 
Wm. Small wood; edited bv H. W. 
Nicholl. 589 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16994, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Hymn- 
anthem. Words by Horatius Bonar; 
music by Benjamin Cutter: op. 30, no. 
2. 590 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no." 17035, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

I love thee more. Song for medium voice. 
W'ords bv M. L. van Vorst; music by 
M. H. Catlin. 591 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 17037, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Ti i les — C ontiuu e cl . 

I will sing of Thy power. Anthem. 
Music by Arthur Sullivan: edited by 
H.W.Nicholl. 592 

Copyright byG. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16974, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

I wish I could warble like you. Words 
and music by E. E. Davenport. 593 
Copyright by E. E. Davenport, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16637, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Alfred A. Holt; W. 
594 



I would know thee. 
S. Weeden. 

Copyright by W. S. Weeden, New 
York/ 1899, no. 17953, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Idilio valse, by G. Codina. 2 mandolins 

and guitar. 595 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, Iowa. 1899, no. 11255, Feb. 7; 2 

copies reed Mar. 4, 1899. 

I'm tired of dodging dat installment 
man. Words and music by Deas and 
Wilson. 596 

Copyright by M. Wi tin ark & sons. 
New York. 1899, no. 17658, Mar. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Imogene. Words and music by Thomas 

E. French. 597 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 17663, Mar. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

In a hammock. By Kate S. Chittenden. 

no. 209. Piano. 598 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 

Boston. 1898, 'no. 67379, Nov. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1899. 

In an old New England village by the 
sea. Song. Words and music by G. 
L. Spaulding. 599 

Copyright by George L. Spaulding, 
New York. 1899, no. 14224, Feb. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

In dreamland waltzes. R. De Koven; ar- 
ranged by E. Gargiulo for mandolin 
and guitar. 600 

For mandolin and piano. 601 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. " 1899, nos. 16985, 17001, Mar. 4 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

In the cross of Christ 1 glory. Duet, for 
tenor and bass. Arranged from " Doni- 
zetti " by J. B. Herbert. 602 
Copyright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. c 1899, no. 11022, Feb. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4. 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Intermezzo (Cavalleria rusticana). Ar- 
ranged for banjo solo by Ailing 
Shaeffer. 603 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17632, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Irish washerwoman. Medley, for banjo, 
by Arling Shaeffer. 604 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17636/Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

It grows on yer. Written and composed 
by Charles Osborne. London, Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter. 605 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter. London. 1899, no. 17070, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

It tickled me so I liked to die. Words 
by Sol Smith Russell; music by C. T. 
Dondore. 606 

Copyright bv C. T. Dondore, U. S. 
1899, no. 13928% Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

Jesus all the way. Words by Flora 
Kirkland; music by W. S. Weeden. 

607 
Copyright by W. S. Weeden, New 
York. 1899, no. 17955, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Jesus at the door. Words by F. J. C. ; 
music by W. H. Doane. 608 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17540, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Jesus bids us shine. Words by Anna B. 

Warner; .nusic by B. S. Disc. 609 

Copyright by B. S. Dise, Curwens- 

ville, Pa. 1899, no. 16388, Mar. 2; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Jesus, lover of my soul. Sacred song. 
Words by Chas. Wesley; music by 
Eduardo Marzo : op. 72. High. 610 
Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1899, no.' 16699, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. 

Music by F. Bernard Streatrield. 

no. 2 in D flat. London, J. B. Cra- 
mer & co., ltd. 611 
Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 1899, no. 17079, Mar. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Jewel caprice, by H. Cadmus. Piauo. 

612 
Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New- 
York/ 1899. no. 14175, Feb. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Joyeux reveil. Piece caracteristique 
]>our piano, par A. Adam-Laussel: op. 
15. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 613 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 16584, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. 

Just as the sun went down. Lyn Udall; 
arranged for male quartette by C. F. 
Shattuck. 614 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17055, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Just let my pork chops be. Words by 
Frank Polk; music bv Will M. Smith. 

615 
Copyright by risen & co., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no.' 16771, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Just one girl. By Lyn Udall ; arranged 

by C. F. Shattuck. Male voices. 616 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 17022, Mar. 4; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Keep praying as> you go. Words by F. 
J. C. ; music by W. H. Doane. 617 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no". 17511, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Keep step. Words by Fanny J. Crosbv; 
music by W. H. Doane. 618 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17536, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

"Knights of Columbus." March, by 
G. Guilbert. Piano. 619 

Copyright bv Alfred Fox, Bridge- 
port, Conn. 1899, no. 13736, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Lenora schottische, by Will H. Kiefer. 

2 mandolins and guitar. 623 

Copyright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa,'lowa. 1899, no. 11259, Feb. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Li Romondo. Duet for soprano and bar- 
itone. Words and music bv H. W. 
Kimball. 624 

Copyright by H. W. Kimball, Provi- 
dence," R. I. 1899, no. 17762, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Lift up your heads. Festival anthem, 
for chorus and responsive quartet, by 
Finley Lyon. 625 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cni- 
ciunati. 1899, no. 16533, Mar. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Like a fairy creature. Solo and chorus, 
from the opera of "Tnrke in Italien," 
bv Rossini: arranged by J. S. Bergen. 

626 
Copyright by Ginn & co., Boston. 



1899, no. 15707, Feb. 27; 
Mar. 4, 1899. 



copies rec'd 



Listen to the mocking bird. Song. 
Arranged for banjo bv Arling Shaeffer. 

627 

Variations. Arranged for banjo 

solo by Arling Shaeffer. 628 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 17626, 17630, Mar. 7; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



Little gem waltz, by H. Cadmus. 



Piano. 
629 



Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 17009, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Lad (A) can not forget his mother's love. 
Words and music by Jos. F. Hortiz. 

620 



Little Katv's Hrst waltz, by W. A. Ogden. 

630 

i«aL° Pyri fo b Q^ v r f * on' A o ° gden ' U ' n 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16634, Mar. 3; ! 1899, no. 13929 , 1 eb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Feb. 20, 1899. 



Last (The) hope. Meditation, for piano, 
by L. M. Gottschalk: op. 16; edited 
and fingered by Louis Oesterle. New 
and revised ed. 621 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 
York. 1899, no.'l7003, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Leader (De) of de Company B. (Male 
A-oices.) Dave Reed, jr. ; arranged by 
C.F. Shattuck. 622 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17030, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Little snow-white blossoms. Song and 
chorus. Music by C. A. White; ar- 
ranged by W. Gooch. 631 
Copyright bv D. L. White, U. S. 
1899, no. 17522, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 

Little water-cress. Song. Words by 
Frederic E. Weatherly ; mnsic by L. 
Denza. No. 2 in C miu. London, G. 
Ricordi & co. 632 

Copyright by L. Denza, London. 
1899, no.' 5878, Jan. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 2, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Lord (The) hear thee. Anthem. Music 
bv C. S. Jekyll; edited by II. W. 
Nicholl. 633 

Copyright by G. Schiriner, New York. 
1899, no. 16951, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Lord (The) is risen. Easter anthem, for 
treble solo and chorus, composed by 
Clement R. Gale. 634 

Copyright by Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 17089, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Lord (The) shall comfort Zion. Anthem, 
for soprano and tenor, solo and chorus. 
Composed by Smith N. Penheld. 635 
Copyright bv Novello, Ewer & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 17386, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Loss of the "Paul Jones.' 7 Words and 

music by F. D. Harroun. 636 

Copyright by F. D. Harroun, Rock 

Island, 111. 1899, no. 11745, Feb. 9 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Love (A) token. Dance characteristique, 

by Chas. L. Johnson. 637 

Copyright by J. W. Jenkins' sons 

music co., Kansas City. 1899, no. 17182, 

Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Love's philosophy. Song. Words by 
Shelley; music by Dora Robinson. 
London, Chappell &. co., ltd. 638 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 17081, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Luella polka. Cornet solo, with piano 
accompaniment, by M. A. Althouse. 

639 
Copyright by J. S. Althouse & co., 
ltd., Reading, Pa. 1899, no. 6698, Jan. 
19; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Ma sombaliue. Words and music by J. 

R. Hubbell. * 640 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 5087, Jan. 11; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Mamie Brady's the girl for me. Words 
by Ottie E. Colburn ; music by H. W. W. 
Downes. 641 

Copyright by W. A. Evans, Boston. 
1899, no. 16276, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mammy's little pumpkin colored coons. 
Male voices. Hillman and Perrin; ar- 
ranged by Charles F. Shattuck. 642 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17027, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Massa's in the cold, cold ground. Song 

by S. G. Foster; arranged for banjo by 

Arling Shaeffer. 643 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 

igo. 1899, no. 1 

rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Maurische rhapsodic Tarifa. (Elegie 
beisonuenuntergang.) EngelbertHum- 
perdinck. [Orchestra score.] 644 

Copyright by Max Brockhaus, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17081, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

May-queen march. Two-step. Banjo and 
guitar duet, by Arling Shaeffer. 645 
Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17637, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mazurka, fur violiue mit begleitung des 
pianoforte, componirt von Paul Th. 
Miersch: op. 14. Berlin, Ries & 

Erler. 646 

Copyright by Ries & Erler, Berlin. 
1899, no. 17855, Mar. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Memory. Words by R. O. Smith; music 

by W.S.Weeden. 647 

Copyright by W. S. Weeden, New 

York. " 1899, no. 17957, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Menuette, by J.Pleyel; edited by Kate 
S.Chittenden, no. 206. Piano. 648 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co. 
Boston. 1898, no. 67377, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14,1898. 

Menuette, for the pianoforte, by H. 
De Blmick. ' 649 

Copyright by P. L. Jung, New York. 
1899, no. 16698, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. 

Merry-go-round. Barn dance, for the 
pianoforte, by Ed. Silva. London, 
Wickins & co. 650 

Copyright by Wickins & co., London. 
1899, no. 16721. Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 

Mine forever polka, for banjo, by Arling 
Shaeffer. 651 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17616, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Minuet, by J. Haydn; arranged by E. 
Gargiulo for two mandolins and guitar. 

652 
Copyright by G. Schiriner, New York. 
1899, no. 16987. Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Miserere. (II Trovatore). By Verdi; 
arranged for banjo solo by Aiding 
Shaeffer. 653 

Copyright by Aiiing Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17631, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Morgenstimmung. Morning mood. For 
piano, by Edvard Grieg: op. 46, no. 1; 
edited and fingered by Louis Oesterle. 

654 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16959, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 
Mother. Ballad. Words by Howard i 
Wall; music by Sam'l H. Speck. 655 j 

Copyright by Weber, Fields & Strom- 
berg, New York. 1899, no. 3331, Jan. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Mother's (A) answered prayer. Words 
by Jas. T. Morrison; music by Jas. H. 
Dixon. 656 

Copyright by C. H. Sullivan, jr., and 
Jas. T. Morrison, Philadelphia. 1899, 
no. 17394, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 
1899. 
Mrs. McLeod's reel. Arranged for banjo 
by Aiding Shaeffer. 657 

Copyright by Aiding Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 17635, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Musik zum schauspiele, "Konig Kristian 
II," von Adolf Paul; komponirt von 
Jean Sibelius. Partitur. Leipzig, 

Breitkopf & Hartel. 658 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 17474, Mar. 7 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
My Alabama home. Words by A. D. 
Fansler; music by R. Jay Powell. 659 
Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 1899, no. 17391, Mar. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
My mother's good-night kiss. Words by 
Mary E. Buell; music by Croasdella C. 
Fess". 660 

Copyright by Joseph Flanner, Mil- 
waukee. 1899,no.l6636, Mar. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
My old Kentucky home, good night. 
Words and music by Stephen C. Foster; 
arranged for banjo by Ai ling Shaeffer. 

661 
Copyright by Aiding Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17628, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
My old Virginia home upon the farm. 
Words and music by Bairington L. 
Brannon. 662 

Copyright by B. L. Brannon, New 
York. 1899, no! 15244, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

My times are in Thy hand. Words by 
Flora Kirkland; music by W. S. 
Weeden. 663 

Copyright by W. S. Weeden. New 
York. " 1899, no. 17959, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

My wild Irish rose. (Male voices.) 
Chauncey Olcott; arranged by C. F. 
Shattuck. 664 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17023, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Nazarene (The). A sacred cantata, by 
Chas. H. Gabriel. 665 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no" 15701, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Never forget me. Waltz, by Ed. Silva. 
London, Wickins & co. 6Q6 

Copyright by Wickins & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 16719, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Northern song. A greeting to Niels W. 
Gade. By R. Schumann; edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden, no. 211. Piano. 

667 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67382, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Not unto us, O Lord. Anthem, bv Rein- 
hold L. Herman. 668 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 165 Id, Mar. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Now is Christ risen. Chorus with soprano 

solo. Music by H. W. Porter. 669 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 16519, Mar. 2; 2 comes 

rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

O birdie, you must never tell. Words by 
Hope Arden; music by C. A. White. 

670 
Copyright by D. L. White, U. S. 
1899, no. "17521, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 

O give thanks unto the Lord. Anthem 
for Easter. Music by Michael Watson ; 
edited by H. W. Nicholl. 671 

Copyright bv G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16968, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

O God of God! O Light of Light. Anthem 
for Easter. Music by Will C. Macfar- 
lane. 672 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899,^ no. 16695, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

O joyful sound! O glorious hour! 
Anthem. Music by Mrs. Carrie B. 
Adams. 673 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 15702, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

O Lord, Thy will be done. Alto or bari- 
tone solo, with or without quartet. 
Words and mnsic by John P. Newell. 

674 
Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 14471, Feb. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

O Nancy, wilt thou go with me? Song 
for mezzo or high soprano, by Philip 
H. Goepp. 675 

Copyright by W. H. Boner & co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16708, Mar. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Ode to the passions. Composed by 
Frederic H. Cowen. London, Novello 
& co., ltd. Violino primo. 676 

Violino secondo. 677 

Viola. 678 

Cello e basso. 679 

Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, nos. 17856-17859, Mar. 
9; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Olcott's lullaby. (Male voices.) Chaun- 
cey Olcott ; arranged by C. F. Shattuck. 

680 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17026, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Old (The) fashioned homestead. Song 
and chorus. Words and music by Lu 
Senarens. 681 

Copyright by Lu Senarens, Brook- 
lvn. 1899, no. 6133, Jan. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Old folks at home. Suwanee river. 
Song. Arranged for banjo by Arling 
Skaeffer. 682 

Copyright by Arling Shaeifer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17627, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Omnia vincit amor. Love conquers all. 
Old song, with original symphonies 
and accompaniments, composed by 
Alice Chambers Bunten. London, 
Paterson & sons. 683 

Copyright by Paterson & sons, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 1899, no. 16323, Mar. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

On, press on ! Words by Fanny Crosbv ; 
music by W. H. Doane. 684 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17548, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

On the move. March. Part-song for 
male voices. Words by Ambrose Dav- 
enport ; music by Eben H. Bailey. 685 
Copyright by E. H. Bailev, Boston. 
1899, no. 17385, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 

On the playground. By C. Keinecke; 
edited by Kate S. Chittenden, no. 206. 
Piano. 686 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston . 1898, no. 67376, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Once and again. Song. Words by 
Gunby Hadath; music by Piccolomini. 
no. 2 in E flat. London, J. B. Cramer 
& co., ltd. 687 

Copyright by J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 16573, Mar. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

"Our Union." Grand march, by W. H. 
Kiefer. Two mandolins and guitar. 

688 

Copyright bv C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa,Iowa. 1899, no. 11260, Feb. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Penseroso (II), by Stephen Heller; edited 

by Kate S. Chittenden, no. 223. Piano. 

689 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 

Boston. 1898, * no. 67390, Nov. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Pet (The) o' the pantomime. Written 

and composed by Dan Paulton. 

London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 690 

Copyright by Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. 1899, no. 17064, Mar. 

6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Petit guignol. Morceau de genre, pour 

piano, par Marius Carman: op. 393. 

Paris, Aiphonse Leduc. 691 

Copyright by Aiphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, no. 16586, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 3, 1899. 

Petite (La) capricieuse, polka, by U. 

Kramer; arranged by E. Gargiulo for 

two mandolins and guitar. 692 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New 

York. 1899, no. 16986. Mar. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

" Phroso " waltzes, by W. Furst. no. 525. 

693 
Copvright bv Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix,' Switzerland. 1899, no. 16581, 
Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Picture (A) of the orient. By S. Heller; 
edited bv Kate S. Chittenden. Piano, 
no. 224. ' 694 

Copvright bv Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67391, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898". 



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Titles — Continued. 

Place a light to guide me home. (Male 
voices.) James B. Oliver; arranged by 
C. F. Shattuck. 695 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17025, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Pop-corn dance, schottische, by Frankie 
Gilchrist. 696 

Copyright bv Frankie Gilchrist, 
United States. 1899, no. 14151, Feb. 20 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Postal (A) card for you. Song and waltz 
chorus, by Thos. M. Bowers. 697 

Copyright by Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Galveston, Tex'. 1899, no. 16502, Mar. 2 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Praise ve the name of the Lord. Festival 
anthem. Music by H. P. Danks. 698 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. '1899, no. 11019, Feb. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Prayer. Andacht fiir harmonium. Kom- 
ponirt von Carl Andre : op. 11. Har- 
monium solo. Offenbach a. Main, 
Johann Andre. 699 
Copyright by Johnnn Andre, Offen- 
bach a. Main, Germany. 1899, no. 17470, 
Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Precious (The) name. Words by Mrs. 
Lvdia Baxter; music by W. H. Doane. 

700 
Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. '1899, no.' 17537, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Pride of Hoboken. March, by J. A. 
Fourrier; arranged byF. H. Losey. Or- 
chestra. 701 
Conyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
landf 1899, no. 17010, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Queen of the night. By Chevalier En- 
rico Galgiulo. For mandolin. 702 

For mandolin and guitar. 703 

Copyright bv Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 16526, 16527, Mar. j 
2; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Quick march, "Ainericaine," by Louis 
Ganue ; arranged by J. Ord Hume for 
military band. London, Boosey & | 



CO. 



704 



Copyright by Enoch & son, London. 
1899, no. 17088, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 

— "The boolyvar de Paree;" on the 
song in opera "Topsy-turvey hotel," by 
Lionel Monckton; arranged by J. Ord 
Hume. In Drum and life journal, no. 
37. London, Chappell & co., ltd. 

705 



Titles — Continued. 

Quick march, " Soldiers in the park;" on 
the song in the Gaiety burlesque, "A 
runaway girl," by Lionel Monckton; 
arranged by J. Ord Hume. In Drum 
and fife journal, no. 39. London, Chap- 
pell & co., ltd. 706 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, nos. 17083, 17085, Mar. 6; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Rejoice! He is risen. Anthem. Music by 
Finley Lyon. 707 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 15703, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Rejoice, Jerusalem, and sing ! Words by 
Francis V. Hubbard; music by George 
B. Nevin. 708 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co,, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 17039, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Remember me at evening. Words and 
arrangement by Alice C. Bunten. no. 
1 in D. London, Paterson & sons. 

709 
Copyright by Paterson & sons, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 1899, no. 16321, Mar. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Reminiscence (A). By Th. Dohler; ed- 
ited by Kate S. Chittenden, no. 222. 
Piano. 710 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67389, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Resurrection (The). An Easter cantata, 
arranged and composed by H. W. Por- 
ter: op. 87. 711 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 16530, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Romance. By J. Rummel; edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden, no. 220. Piano. 

712 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67387, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Romance en Re. Pour violoncello, avec 
accompagnement de piano, par Louis 
Hasselmans. Paris, A. Noel. 713 

Copyright by A. Noel, Paris. 1899, 
no. 16583, Mar. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 
1899. 

Roses in bloom schottische, arranged for 
banjo by Aiding Shaeiier. 714 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17640, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Royal (The) road. Beauties of music for 
the pianoforte. Revised and fingered 
by Albert Ross Parsons. 715 

Copyright by Albert Ross Parsons, 
New York. 1898, no. 62871, Oct. 26; 2 
copies rec'd Mar 8, 1899. 

Sabbath (The) day was ended. Anthem. 
Music by J. B. Herbert. 716 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. ' 1899, no. 15705, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Santa Rosa. ByWalther Grabau. Zither. 

717 
Copyright by Walther Grabau, New- 
ark, N. J. 1899, no. 17180, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Saviour, again to Thy dear name. An- 
them. Music by Kate Llewellyn ; ed- 
ited by H. W. Nicholl . 718 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16952, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Saviour (The) calls. Words by Fannie 
Crosby; music by W. H. Doane. 719 
Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17543, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Say "au revoir," but not good bye. Bv 

H. Kennedy, no. 529. 720 

Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 16577, 

Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Scherzo, by Cornelius Gurlitt: edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden, no. 218. Piano. 

721 
Copyright bv Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898,* no. 67386, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Sea (The) the home for me. Baritone 
solo, with piano accompaniment. 
Words by L. Edgar Dowdell; music 
by August Wolf. ^ 722 

Copyright by L. Edgar Dowdell, Val- 
paraiso, Ind. 1898, no. 65911, Nov. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Serenade, by M. Moszkowski ; arranged 
by E. Gargiulo for mandolin and guitar. 

723 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. "16984, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

By Schubert; arranged by D. M. H. 

May for violin and piano. 724 

Copyright by P. J. hammers, Balti- 
more. * 1899, no. 17960, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Serenade (The). Don Jose" of Sevilla 
Pif! Pif! Song. V.Herbert, no. 526. 

725 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 16580, 
Mar. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

S6renade pizzicata, pour piano. Louis 

Ganne. Paris, Costallat et cie. 726 

Copyright by Costallat & cie., Paris. 

1899. no. 17455, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar.' 7, 1899. 

Serenata, by M. Moszkowski: op. 15, no. 
1. Piano'. 727 

Copyright bv Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 16509, Mar. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Sharing His sorrows. Bass solo and male 

quartet. Music by H. W. Porter. 728 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 16512, Mar. 2; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

She was happy till she met you. M. H. 
Rosenfeld; arranged by Geo. Lechler 
for zither. 729 

Copyright by Theodor Lohr, New 
York. 1899, no. 17517, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Shepard's anthem book. A collection of 
anthems for all occasions, selected and 
arranged by Thomas G. Shepard. 730 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16947, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Shepherd (The) boy. For piano, by G. 
D.Wilson: op. 4; edited and fingered 
by Louis Oesterle. 731 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16960, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

She's my sweetheart, just the same. 
Song and dance, for banjo, by Arling 
Shaeffer. 732 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 17648, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Shout hurrah! shout hooray! (Topical 
duet.) Written by Arthur Sturgis; 
composed by J. M. Glover. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 733 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 17073, Mar. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Show yourselves joyful. Anthem. Music 
by H. P. Danks. ' 734 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 15704, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Shuffling Pete. March, two-step, cake I 
walk, or polka, bv Edwin F. Kendall. | 

735 j 
Copyright by Gagel bros., New York. ; 
1899. no. 16383, Mar. 2; 2 copies rec'd 
Mai\ 2, 1899. 

Silver crescent. March, by Bert L. Bil- 
lings ; arranged for orchestra by F. H. 
Losey. 736 

Copyright by H. E. McMillin, Cleve- 
land. 1899. no. 16722, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Silver lake. Varsoviana, by Montgom- 
ery, no. 507. 737 
Copyright by Mermod freres, Ste. 
Croix. Switzerland. 1899, no. 16579, 
Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Singing (A) lesson, by C. Stamaty; ed- 
ited by Kate S. Chittenden, no. 201. 
Piano. 738 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67368, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Sit down. Written and composed by 
J. W. Driffield. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 739 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
• London. 1899, no. 17078, Mar. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Slaughter (The) house, march and two- 
step, by Harry G. Simmons. 740 
Copyright by A. Bird Smith, Niles, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17185, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Sleep, my little picaninny, sleep. (Male 
voices. ) Perrin & Wise ; arranged by 
C.F. Shattuck. 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & co.. 
New York. 1899, no. 17032, Mar. 4 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Slips of the tongue. Written and com- 
posed by Edward Kent. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 742 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 17066, Mar. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
Slow waltz, by C. Stamaty; edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden. No! 305. Piano. 

743 
Copyright bv Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67374, Nov. 17 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 
Soldatenleben. Marsch. Text von Otto 
Wellmann ; musik von Eudolf Forster. 
Berlin, Julius Ja'ger. 744 

Copyright by Julius Ja'ger, Berlin. 
1899, no. 17472,* Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Song of the fatherland. By E. Grieg; ed- 
ited by Kate S. Chittenden. No. 211. 
Piano. 745 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67381, Nov. 17; 2 con- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Song (The) of the wood- cutters. Part 
song for male voices. Words by Jessie 
Freeland; music by D. Protheroe. " 

746 
Copyright by Joseph Planner, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 16635, Mar. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Source (La). Etude, pour piano, par A. 
Adam Laussel. Paris, Alphonse Le- 
duc. 747 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899,no. 16585, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. 

Souvenir de Cuba. Serenade, by William 

Basye : op. 32, no. 1. 748 

Copyright by Win. Basye, Chicago. 

1899, no. 17179, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 6, 1899. 

Sparkle mazurka, by H. Cadmus. Piano. 

749 
Copyright by Geo. Molineux, New 
York. 1899, no. 14476, Feb. 21; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Spring (The) has come. Song. no. 3, in 
E flat. Music by Maude Valerie White. 
London, Chappell & co., ltd. 750 

Copyright by Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 1899. no. 17861, Mar. 9 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Stars (The). By Kate S. Chittenden. 

no. 206. Piano. 751 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 

Boston. 1898, no. 67375, Nov. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 14, 



Strew fresh flowers o'er their graves. 

Words and music by L. L. Ross." 752 

Copyright by L. L. Eoss, U. S. 1899, 

no. 13926, v Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 

16, 1899. 

Strike! strike for victory. Words by 
Mrs. M. A. Kidder; music by W. H. 
Doane. 753 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1898, no. 17547, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Student's nocturne, compose pour piano, 

par Frank C. Viavant. 754 

Copyright by Thos. Goggan & bro., 

Galveston, Tex. 1899, no. 16504, Mar. 2 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Sue, Sue, since I met you. Words and 

music by Hattie Starr. 755 

Copvright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899. no. 17655, Mar. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Sunlight (The) of my heart. Words and 

music by M. J. Fitzpatrick. 756 

Copyright by M. J. Fitzpatrick, New 

York. 1899, no. 12622, Feb. 15 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Surrexit. (Arisen. 1 ) Sacred song for bari- 
tone and contralto. Poem by M. Ada 
McTighe; music by Frank T. Tkuma. 

757 
Copyright bv Frank T. Thuma, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 17396, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Suzette et Suzon. (Mezzo-soprano or 
baritone.) Music by C. Saint Saens; 
English version by Geo. C. Gow. 758 
Copyright bvG. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16967, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Swanee river jig. Arranged for banjo 
by Arling Shaeifer. 759 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17633, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Sweet Belinda Mulrooney ; or, The queen 
of the Klondike. Words and music by 
C.J. Fell. 760 

Copyright bv Charles James Fell, 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 1899, no. 2327, Jan. 4 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Sweet bonnie quadrille, for banjo, by 
Arling Shaeffer. 761 

Copyright bv Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 17638, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Sweet magnolia schottische, for banjo, 
by Arling Shaeffer. 762 

Copyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17641, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Syndicate (The) march, composed by 

George Parry. 763 

Copvright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 17657, Mar. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Te souvient-il? Dost thou remember? 
(Soprano or tenor. ) Music by Augusta 
Holmes; English version bv Isabella 
G. Parker. 764 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, no. 16965, Mar. 4: 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 



Tell it with joy. Words by F. J. C; 
music by W. II. Doane. 765 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17546, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Tell me that you love me like you used 

to do. Coon ballad. Words by Harry 

S. Miller; music by Emily Smith. 766 

Copvright bv Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York/ 1899, no. 17041, Mar. 4 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Tendres souhaits, pour piano, par A. 

Adam-Laussel: op. 20. Paris, Al- 

phonse Leduc. 767 

Copvright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, no/ 16587, Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 3, 1899. 

Their watchwords were mother and God. 

Words by C. S. Ashworth; music by 

C. W. Bennet. 768 

Copyright by Carrie S. Ashworth, 

Wappingers Falls, N. Y. 1899, no. 

15166, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 

1899. 

Thelma waltzes, bv Chas. L. Johnson. 

769 
Copyright by J. W. Jenkins' sons 
music co., Kansas City. 1899, no. 17181, 
Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
They gather one by one. Words by 
Josephine Pollard; music by W. H. 
Doane. 770 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17542, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Thirst (The) of God. Soprano solo, with 
choral accompaniment. Words by H. 
Suso; music by H. W. Porter. 771 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 16516, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Tho' once we loved, we're strangers now. 
Words by Louis W. Pritzkow; music 
by Malle Little. 772 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
ew York. 1899, no. 17 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Toiling on. Words by Fanny Crosby; 
music by W. H. Doane. 773 

Copyright by W. H. Doane, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17544, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Topsy-turvy (The) hotel. Selection. 
Victor Eoger and Lionel Monckton; 
arranged for military band by J. A. 
Kappev. London. Boosey & co. 

774 
Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 17082, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6. 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Toujours vons! Melodic pour chant et 
piano, avec mandoline (on violon). 
Paroles de Fernand Beissier; rnusique 
de Y. Monti. Milan, G. Ricordi & 
co. 775 

Copyright by G. Ricordi & co. . Milan, 
Italy. 1899, no. 16727, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Tournoi (Le). (The tournament.) Grand 
march and two-step, composed by 
Abbie A. Ford. 776 

Copyright by S. Brainard's sons co., 
Cbicago. 1899, no. 10461, Feb. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Trumpet duet, byC. Stamaty; edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden, no. 202. Piano. 

777 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. "l898,'no. 67370, Nov. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Turn Thee, Lord. Motet, for alto, 
tenor, and bass, by L. S. Thompson. 778 
Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 17805, Mar. 8; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Uncle Tom's letter. Song and refrain. 
Words by Fred C. Davis; music by M. 
B. Shepherd. 779 

Copyright by Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Galveston, Tex. 1899, no. 16505, Mar. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

University (The) march and two-step, by 

Irvin Howard Jones. Piano. 780 

Copvright by Irvin Howard Jones, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 66517, Nov. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Valse espagnole. R. De Koven ; arranged 
by E. Gargiulo for two mandolins and 
guitar. 781 

For mandolin and piano. 782 

Copvright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899, nos. 16988, 17002, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Yalse fantaisie, Columbine, by Arthur L. 
Brown: op. 20, no. 1. 783 

Copvright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 17036, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Vier lieder (nach gedichten von Thekla 
Lingen) fiir mezzo-sopran, von Karl 
Gleitz : op. 27. Berlin, W. Groscurth. 
no. 1. Rosen. 784 

no. 2. Bewilligung. 785 

no. 3. Hill" mir. 786 

no. 4. Toter wunsch. 787 

Copyright by W. Groscurth, Berlin. 



1899, nos. 17464-17467, Mar. 
each rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

18385— Vol. 19, No. 2- 



copies 



Titles — Continued. 

{ Violoncello (The). ByC. Stamaty ; edited 
by Kate S. Chittenden, no. 202. Piano. 

788 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898,no. 67371, Nov. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 
Walk (The) to the sepulchre. Solos, 
trios for women's voices, and semi- 
chorus. Words by M. E. Shorey ; music 
by H. W. Porter. 789 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 16514, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Waltz motorial, composed bv Walter B. 
Shade. 790 

Copyright by Walter B. Shade, De- 
catur, 111. 1899, no. 16639, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 181)9. 

Waltz, Porto Rican, by W. H. Kiefer. 2 

mandolins and guitar. 791 

Copyright bv C. L. Baruhouse, Oska- 

loosa, Iowa. 1899, no. 11258, Feb. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Waltz, "Te volvi a ver." (I see thee 
again.) By M. Estrada; arranged by 
Will H. Kiefer. 2 mandolins and gui- 
tar. "792 
Copvright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa,Iowa. 1899, no. 11263, Feb. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Water lilies. Gavotte, for ladies' voices. 
Words by Richard tlenry Buck; music 
by Karl Linders. 793 

Copyright bv White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston" 1899, no. 17013, Mar. 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Waverly two-step, bv Francis M. Paine: 

op. 18, no. 2. 794 

Copyright by F. M. Paine, Boston. 

1899, no. 17392, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 7, 1899. 

We all grow old in time. J. F. Helf and 
E. P. Moran; arranged for orchestra by 
Hans S. Line. 795 

Copyright by Windsor music co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17381, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

We all went following on. Written by 
John P. Harrington ; composed by Or- 
lando Powell. London, Francis, Day 
& Hunter. 796 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17071, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

We trusted, He to victory. Male chorus 
with tenor solo. Music by H. W. Por- 
ter. 797 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 16518, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

We would see Jesus. Anthem. Music 

by Willis Howard Ailing. 798 

Copyright by G. Schirrner, New York. 

1899, no. 16970, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 4, 1899. 

Wearing of the green. Arranged for 

banjo by Arling Shaeffer. 799 

Conyright by Arling Shaeffer, Chi- 

cagor 1899, no. 17629, Mar. 7; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Welcome, welcome to the swallow. Part 
song for soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. 
Words from "The afterglow;" music 
by F. A. Jarvis. London, Boosey & 

co. 800 

Copyright by Boosey & co., London. 
1899, no. 17087, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 

We're taking it in turns. Written by 
Tom Browne; composed by Felix Mc- 
Glennon. London, Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 801 

Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17072, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

When love is kind. Old melody, ar- 
ranged by Emma Schuberth for 1st and 
2d mandolin and guitar. 802 

Copyright by W. H. Boner & co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16705, Mar. 3; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

When mamma and pa have gone to bye- 
bye. Written and composed by Jo- 
seph Tabrar. London, Francis, Day 
&~Hunter. 803 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17065, Mar. 6 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

When mammy rocks her little one to 
sleep. Words and music by Shaw and 
Anderson. 804 

Copyright by Isadore Whiteson, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 53368, Sept. 12 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

When the day begins to dawn. Written 
and composed by Frank Leo. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 805 
Copyright bv Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17068, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

When the gentle breezes blow. Written 
and composed by Alf Ellerton. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 806 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, Loudon. 1899, no. 17063, Mar. 6 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Where do I come in? Written by Harry 
Adams; composed by Geo. Everard. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 807 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 17062, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Whip-poor-will lullaby. Song. Words 
and music by Bertha L. Hamlin. 808 
Copyright by J. H. Warner, Marl- 
boro, Mass. 1899, no. 17388, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Whisper my name in the twilight (if 
ever). Song. Words by Clifton Bing- 
ham; music by Walter Slaughter. In 
E flat. London, J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd. 809 

Copyright bv J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 1899, no. 16575, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Whistling Rufus. Two-step march, by 

Kerry Mills, no. 524. 810 

Copyright by Merniod freres, Ste. 

Croix, Switzerland. 1899, no. 16582, 

Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Wilt thou be my bride? or, My bonnie 
highland lassie. Music by W. A. Og- 
den. 811 

Copyright bv Mrs. W. A. Ogden, U. S. 
1899, no. 13924*, Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

With the rosy light. Bass solo and so- 
prano and alto duet, "words by M. E. 
Shorey; music by H. W. Porter. 812 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 16517, Mar. 2 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Witmark (The) collection of male quar- 
tet, arranged by Charles Shattuck. 

813 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17021, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Witmark (The) "coon" medley. (Male 
voices.) Arranged by C. F. Shattuck. 

814 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17034, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Woodpecker (The). By C. Czerny; 
edited by Kate S. Chittenden, no. 209. 
Piano. * 815 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67380, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 



129 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Yes, or no? By C. Stamaty; edited by 
Kate S. Chittenden, no. 204. Piano. 

816 
Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1898, no. 67373, Nov. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Yo' musn't try to fool yo' little Angie. 
Words by Chas. E. Dickerson; music 
by Wm. Weidenhanimer. 817 

Copyright by Alfred Fox, Bridgeport, 
Conn/ 1899, no. 5814 Jan. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Zena two-step, by Al. J. Whyte. 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. 818 
Copvright by C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 
loosa, Iowa. i899, no. 11257, Feb. 7; 2 
copies rec ; d Mar. 4, 1899. 

Zingara (La). Mazurka Boheine, pour 
piano. Louis Gaune. Paris, Cos- 

tallat et cie. 819 

Copyright by Costallat & cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 17457, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899. 

Zizzy, ze zum, zum. (Male voices.) Lyn 
Udall; arranged by C. F. Shattnck. 

820 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17028, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Zwei gedichte, von Scheffel, fiirnianner- 
chor, komponirt von Jos. Werth : op. 
10. Offenbach a. Main, Johann An- 
dre, no. 1. Am wilden klippen- 
strande. Aus den liedern Jung Wer- 
ner's. 821 

no. 2. Im lager voy Akkon. 822 

Copyright by Johann Andre, Offen- 
bach a. Main, Germany. 1899, no. 17468, 
17469, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 7, 
1899. 

l 6te valse. A l'appel du plaisir. Piano 
seul, par Gabriel-Marie. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 823 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 17716, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

100 exercises on intervals, by Mathilde 
Marchesi : op. 35. London, Enoch & 
sons. 824 

Copvright by Enoch & sons, London. 
1899, no. 16728, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Alaska. 144 

Copyright by Maxwell Sommerville, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15250, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Ashland, Ashland county, Ohio, Jan., 

1899. 145 

Copvright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16044, 

Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Asia. 146 

Copvright by Julius Bien &, co., New 
York. * 1898, no. 29196, May 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd July 6, 1898. 

Atlin gold fields, Dominion of Canada. 
(Anderson's map of) 147 

Copyright by O. P. Anderson map and 
blue print co., inc., Seattle, Wash. 
1899, no. 17043, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bellwood, Blair county, Pa., Jan., 1899. 

148 
Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16045, 
Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 
Bridge water, McCook county, S. Dak., 
Jan., 1899. 149 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16711, 
Mar. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Camp McKinney, Yale mining district, 
British Columbia. 150 

Copvright by J. C. Ralston, Spokane, 
Wash.' 1899, no. 13989, Feb. 20 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 
Coke works of the Connellsville coke re- 
gion, 1899. 151 
Copyright by J. M. Kelly, Pittsburg. 
1899, no. 17190, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 



130 

MAPS AND CHARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Corning, Adams county, Iowa. Feb., 

1899. 152 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16536, 

Mar. 2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Dedbam and Westwood, Mass. 153 

Copyright by George H. Walker & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 16541, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Frankfort, Benzie county, Mich. Jan., 

1899. 154 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16534, 

Mar. 2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Future (A) harbor system of Chicago. 

155 
Copyright by John C. Scales, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 16389, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Hixson's railway instruction sheet. 156 

Copyright by Edmund Emmit Hix- 

son. New York. 1898, no. 71044, Dec. 6 ; 

1 copy rec'd Dec. 6, 1898 ; 1 copy rec'd. 
Apr. 4, 1899. 

Memphis, Tenn. (R. L. Polk & co.'s map 
of) 157 

Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., De- 
troit. 1899, no. 17398, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Metamora, Franklin county, Ind. Feb., 

1899. 158 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd./ New York. 1899, uo. 16535, 

Mar. 2 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

New Berlin, Chenango county, N. Y. 

Jan., 1899. 159 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16047, 

Feb. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Oklahoma. 160 

Copyright by Maxwell Sommerville, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15251, Feb. 25; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Onawa, Monona county, Iowa. Jan., 

1899. 161 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16285, 

Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Pine Creek, in the Atlin gold fields, North 

Cassiar district, British Columbia. 

(Andersons map of) 162 

Copyright by O. P. Anderson map and 

blue print co., inc., Seattle, Wash. 

1899, no. 17042, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 4, 1899. 

Plan of Newton. Sewerage areas; sew- 
ers built to date. 163 



Titles — Continued. 

Plan of Newton. Showing street rail- 
way locations. 164 

Showing water pipes, etc. Dec. 1898. 

nos. 1, 2. 165, 166 

Copyright by George H. Walker & 
co., Boston. 1899, nos. 16539, 16540, 
16537, 16538, Mar. 2 ; 2 copies each rec'd 
Mar. 2, 1899. 

Queens (Borough of), city of New York. 

v. 2. 1899. (Insurance maps of) 167 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16046, 

Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Redland, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T., Feb., 

1899. 168 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16284, 

Mar. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Roaring Spring, Blair county, Pa., Jan., 

1899. ' 169 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16048, 

Feb. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Rockford, Spokane county, Wash., Jan. 
1899. 170 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 14360, 
Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Rosalia, Whitman county, Wash., Jan., 

1899. 171 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 14362, 

Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Still well, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T., Feb., 

1899. 172 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16283, 

Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Traverse City, Grand Traverse county, 

Mich., Jan., 1899. 173 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd./New York. 1899, no. 16049, 

Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Vian, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T., Feb., 

1899. 174 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16282, 

Mar. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Webber Falls, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T., 

Feb., 1899. 175 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16281, 

Mar. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



131 



MAPS AND CHARTS-Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 


Titles — Continued. 


Westboro, Worcester county, Mass.. Jan., 
1899. 176 


Whitefield, Choctaw Nation, Ind. T., 
Feb., 1899. 177 


Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 16712, 
Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 


Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899 T no. 16280, 
Mar. lj 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



VT. EXCtRAVIN(tS, CUTS, A"N"D prints. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Baccilli seborrhceae capitis. 40 

Copyright by E. A. Wheatley, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 17519, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Bench and bar, Hartford county, Conn., 

1899. 41 

Copyright by B. H. Case, New York. 

1899, iio. 16542, Mar. 2; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 2, 1899. 

Between friends. 42 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1899, no. 16060, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Carmen. Jose stabs Carmen. 43 

Copyright by James William Buel, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 13620, Feb. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Complimentary. 44 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
manh, New York. 1899, no. 16063, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Coons (The) they used to catch. 45 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun. New York. 1899, no. 16059, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Daguerre, 1839. Kodaks, 1899. [Cata- 
logue cover.] 46 
Copyright by Eastman kodak co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 17192, Mar. 
6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Doubtful (A) question. • 47 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
m arm,' New York. 1899, no. 16069, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Easily accounted for. 48 

Copyright bv Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17678, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Efficacious. 49 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
maun, New York. 1899, no. 16061, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Feature cut 9, 1899. 50 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 15260, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

j Fifty million aliens. 51 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16071, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

; Hannah. 52 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16514, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Hard lines. 



53 



Copyright by Arkeli pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17676, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Harriet. 54 

Copyright bv William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16519, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Helen. 55 

Copyright bv William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16543, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Henriette. 56 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16545, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Hester. 



57 



Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16546, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3. 1899. 

Hilda. 58 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16550, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

His definition. 59 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
niann, New York. 1899, no. 16051, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



132 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Homer. 60 

Copyright bv William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16547, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Honora. 61 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 16548, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

In gay Paree ! at the New York Casino. 

62 
Copyright by George W. Leclerer, 
New York. 1899, no. 17193, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

In it with both feet. 63 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16057, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Lakme. Laknie" to Gerald. 64 

Copyright by James William Buel, 
Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 13616. Feb. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Lammermoor (Lucia di). Cho. 65 

Copyright by James William Buel, 
Philadelphia, ' 1899, no. 13618, Feb. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Mignon. Lotario. 66 

Copyright by James William Buel, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 13617, Feb. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Naval battle of Santiago, Cuba, July 3, 
1898. Painted in water colors by S. G. 
Sebry. 24 x 44. 67 

Copyright by James Drumniond Ball, 
Boston. 1898. no. 59525, Oct. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Ne plus ultra. 68 

Copyright bv Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann. New Y r or'k. 1899, no. 16056, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Not too fastidious. 69 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16070, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Our St. Patrick. 70 

Copyright by Ark ell pub. co., New 
York/ 1899, no\ 17677, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Pertinent (A) inquiry. 71 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16053, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Poor beast. 72 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17675, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Postponement (A). 73 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 16067, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Promenade costume. 74 

Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. 1899, no. 18040, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Prominent American generals who are 
fighting the Filipinos. Feature cut 10. 
1899. 75 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 17044, Mar. 4 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Ready for business. 76 

Copyright by Keppler &, Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16062, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Remarks. 77 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16054, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Reproof (A). 78 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899. no. 16066, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Revenge at the end. 79 

Copyright by Keppler &. Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16072, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Safest (The) course. 80 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16065, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Sheba (Queen of). 81 

Copyright by James William Buel, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 13619, Feb. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Shooting the rapids. 82 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16055, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Smashed. 83 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16050, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Substitute (A). 84 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1899, no. 16058, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Sympathy. 85 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16052, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 



133 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Tell (William). Gessler-Tell. 86 

Copyright by James William Buel, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 13615, Feb. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Their private opinion. 87 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann/New York. 1899, no. 16064, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Timid (The) lover. 88 

Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York." 1899, no. 17045, Mar. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Visiting costumes. 



89 



Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. 1899, no. 17403, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Worth seeing. 90 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 16068, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

55th, or Spanish-American war congress. 

91 
Copyright bv Otto E. Roddick, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 14630, Feb. 23; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOORAPIIS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Bock beer. 

Copyright by H. A. 
and pub. co., New York 



18 
Rost printing 
1899, no. 15263, 



Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Castello (Madam Ada). 19 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 17197, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Clarksburg, West Virginia, 1898. 20 

Copyright by Thaddens M. Fowler, 
Morrisville, Pa. 1899, no. 18041, Mar. 9 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Colored fashion plate, nos. 2, 3. 21, 22 
Copyright by Standard fashion co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 17554, 17553, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Damann family. 12-sheet, 99 S, no. 36. 

23 
Copyright bv Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 16290, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Easter opening. 24 

Copyright by Union Pacific tea co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15173, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Favorites. 25 

Copyright by Paul De Lougpre, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 17404, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Figure and lettering. 3-sheet, no. 8262. 

26 
Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1898, no. 69344, Nov. 28 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Going on. 1-sheet, no. 8380. 27 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1819, no. 13516, Feb. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Good (A) day's sport. 28 

Copyright by Joseph P. Knapp, New 
York. 1899, no. 17194, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Happy childhood. 29 

Copyright by Wolf & co., Philadel- 
phia, * 1899, no. 16643, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
Mar. 3, 1899. 

Hoyt portrait, no. 3672. 30 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 15417, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

I am coming. 31 

Copyright by Charles Austin Bates. 
New York. 1899, no. 17406, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Is there any left? 32 

Copyright by New Orleans coffee co., 
ltd., New Orleans. 1899, no 3540, Jan. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1899. 

Lion head. 3-sheet. 33 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., 
Buffalo. 1 899, no. 1 7196, Mar. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Payday. 1-sheet, no. 8381. 34 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 13519, Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



134 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Playful children. 35 

Copyright by Wolf & co., Philadel- 
phia. ' 1899, no. 16644, Mar. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Roosevelt (Theodore), for governor. 36 

Copyright by National equipment 

co., New York. 1898, no. 59039, Oct. 7; 

1 copy rec ; d Oct. 6, 1898; 1 copy rec'd 

Nov. 2, 1898. 

Sketch team, no. 3563. 37 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 15831, Feb. 
28 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Solomon's (King) royal magnificence, 
devised for the entertainment of the 
Queen of Sheba. no. 3721. 38 

Copyright by United States printing 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 15832, Feb. 
28; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Springtime beauties. 39 

Copyright by Paul De Longpre, New 
York. 1899, no. 17405, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Stand. 28-sheet, no. 8369. 40 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 13517, Feb. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Tiger head. 3-sheet. 41 

Copvright by Courier litho. co.. Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 17195. Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Village street in Brittany. nos. 1, 2. 

42,43 

Copyright by H. A. Rost printing and 

pub. co., New York. 1899, nos. 15261, 

15262, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 

25, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Arizona cliff dwellers, no. 3. 114 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 17206, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Assel (Miss). 115 

Copyright by Isaac Benjamin, Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 15174, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Battle of San Jnan hi 



116 



Copyright by S. Lubin, Philadelphia. 
1899, no. 15420, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Birthplace of the Rev. Mary Baker G. 

Eddy. 117 

Copyright by Milton French, Bow, 

N. H. 1899, no. 16646, Mar. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Bit (A) of Rome. 5 x 14. 118 

Copyright by J. F. Olsson & co., 
Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 17052, Mar. 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Buttes of the canyon, Grand canyon of 

the Colorado, Arizona. 119 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, Los 

Angeles, Cal. *1899, no. 17205, Mar. 6 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Cake walk. 120 

Copyright bv De Youngs (a corpora- 
tion), New York. 1899, no. 16309, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Come, ye disconsolate. 121 

Copvright by James Pott &, co., New 
York.' 1899, no. 17200, Mar. 6: 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Competitors' entrance to the Stadion 
Olympia, where for 1,000 years the 
games were played. 122 

Copyright bv Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no. 16304, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Court (The) of honor. Philadelphia 
peace jubilee, 25th, 26th, 27th, and2fcth 
of October, 1898. 20x34. 123 

Copyright by C. J. James, Philadel- 
phia. 1898, no. 67972, Nov. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Davis (Mrs. Jefferson). 124 

Copyright by Rudolph Wilhelra, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 16073, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 1,1899. 

De Wolfe (Louise), nos. 1-9. 125-133 
Copyright by W. M. Morrison, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 15279-15287, Feb. 25 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



135 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Dolor. 134 

Copyright by Harry Arthur Frink, 
Boston. 1899, no. 16305, Mar. 1; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Dominoes. 135 

Copyright by Baker's art gallery, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15761, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Fames (Emma), no. 8L (2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 20, 1899.) 136 

no. 85. (2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899.) 

137 

(2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899.) 

138 

(2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899.) 

139 

(2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. ) 

140 

(2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. ) 

141 

(2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899.) 

142 

(2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. ) 

143 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 

1899, nos. 13821-13828, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 

each rec'd Feb. 20 to Feb. 25, 1899. 

nos. 93, 94. 114,145 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 15290; 15291, Feb. 25; 2 copies 
each rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Earl(Vashti). nos. 7-9. 146-148 

Copyright by Jacob Schloss, New 
York. ' 1899, nos. 17408-17410, Mar. 6 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Edsell (Bishop). 149 

Copyright by Gibson art galleries, 
Chicago. 1899^ no. 17840, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Enlistment (The). 150 ! 

Copyright by De Youngs (a corpora- 
tion), New York. 1899, no. 16308, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



no 


86. 


no 


87. 


no 


88. 


no 


89. 


no 


90. 


no 


91. 



Titles — Continued. 

Feeding the swans. 11x14. 154 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston . 1899, no. 17414, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

First communion. 155 

Copyright by 'Woodbury E. Hunt, 



Concord, N. H. 1) 



no. 17199, Mar. 6; 



2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Fitzsimmons (Robert), nos. 1-25. 

156-180 

Copyright by Klein & Gnttenstein, 

Milwaukee. 1899, nos. 17425-17449, 

Mar. 6; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Flirtation. 181 

Copyright by De Youngs (a corpora- 
tion), New York. 1899, no. 16307, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Fuller (Justice Melville Weston), nos. 

1, 2. 182, 183 

Copyright by Miss F. B. Johnston, 

Washington, D. C. 1899, nos. 17450, 

17451, Mar. 6; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 



Fannie, no. 50. 



151 i 



Copyright by Chas. E. Bolles, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no! 17423, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Farnese (The) bull, grand national mu- ! 
seum, Naples, Italy. 152 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood,"New York. 1899, no. 16302, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Favorite (The) model. 153 

Copyright bvF. W. Guerin, St. Louis. J 
1899, no. 17420, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd ! 
Mar. 6, 1899. 



Ghost (A) story. 184 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 17418, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 
Greeting. 185 

Copyright by De Youngs (a corpora- 
tion), New York. 1899, no. 16306, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Hinsdale (Judge E. B.). 186 

Copyright by Rudolph Wilhelm, 
New York. 1899, no. 12253, Feb. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 
Hope. 187 

Copyright by James Pott & co., New 
York. 1899,110.17198, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
If a body kiss a body, need a body cry? 

188 

Copyright by Schram bros., Chicago. 

1899, no. 15419*, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27. 1899. 

If a body meet a body coming thro' the 

rye. 189 

Copyright by Schram bros., Chicago. 

1899, no. 15418. Feb. 27 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 27, 1899. 

In church. 11 x 14. 190 

18x22. 191 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. !899,nos. 1741LM7411, Mar.6; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Jones and his pal in trouble. 192 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 15264, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



136 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jones' interrupted sleighride. 193 

Copyright by Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 15266, Feb. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Jones' return from the club. no. 3. 194 
Copyright bv Thomas A. Edison, 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 15265, Feb. 25; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Kesseler (Rev. Anthony). 195 

Copyright by Lawrence F. Ryan, 
New • York. 1899, no. 15422, Feb. 27 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Lawrence (Judge Abraham R.) 196 

Copyright by Rudolph Wilhelm, 
New York. 1899, no. 12254, Feb. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 

Lehmann (Lilli). nos. 1, 2, 5, 6, 10, 12,17. 

197-203 
Copyright by Aime Dupont, New 
York. 1899. nos. 16558-16564, Mar. 2 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Letter (A) from the front. 204 

Copyright by Baker's art gallery, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15759, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Little (The) musician. 205 

Copyright by Taber-Prang art co., 
Springfield, Mass. 18tf9, no. 15767, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Louisiana purchase centennial celebra- 
tion triumphal arch. 206 
Copyright by H. W. Kirschner, St. 
Louis." 1899, no. 16647, Mar. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

McGill (Fannie), nos. 1-12. 207-218 

Copyright by W. M. Morrison, Chi- 
cago. 1899, nos. 15267-15278, Feb. 25 ; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Maiden's (Ye) reverie. 18x22. 219 

Copyright bv Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 17416, Mar. 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Maurel (Victor), nos. 7, 24. 220,221 

Copyright by Aime Dupont, New 
York. 1899, nos. 16552. 16553, Mar. 2; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Melancholy (The) days. no. 128. 222 

Copyright by B. J. Shipman, St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17050, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Monte Carlo's capital, Monaco, [sic] in the 
smallest principality on earth. 223 

Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no. 16303, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

My old wife and I. 1991. I 224 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 
Littleton, N. H. 1899, no. 16715, Mar. 
3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

My sweeheart's the man in the moon. 

1990. 225 

Copyright by Littleton view co., 

Littleton, N. H.' 1899, no. 16713, Mar. 

3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Nesbitt (Miriam). 226 

Copyright by Albert Naegeli, New 
York. 1899, no. 17839, Mar. 8 ; 2 cooies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

New York, by name New Amsterdam, 

1664 ; Greater New York, 1898, etc. 227 

Copyright by E. W. Nachtigall, New 

York. ' 1899, no. 15308, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

Obsequies of Enoch T. Carson, 33° mason. 

228 
Copyright by L. B. Folger, U. S. 
1899, no. 16164, Mar. 1; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 1, 1899. 

On the moon's bright crescent I sail. 

1989. 229 

Copyright by Littleton A r iew co., 

Littleton, N. H. 1899, no. 16714, Mar. 

3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 



Our hero. 



230 



Copyright by Baker's art gallery, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15757, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Our only drummer. 231 

Copyright bv J. S. Shields & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15421, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Parlor (The) of the Wayside Inn, Sud- 
bury, Mass. 232 
Copyright bv Edward R. Lemon, 
Sudbury, Mass." 1899, no. 16400, Mar. 2; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Pets. 233 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 17419, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 

Portrait of a lady. 11 x 14. 234 

Copyright by Curtis & Camerou, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no.' 15740, Feb. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Procter & Gamble co.'s factories, Ivory- 
dale, Ohio. 235 
Copyright by Baker's art gallery, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15758, Feb. 
27 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



137 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

River (The), Graud canyon of the Colo- 
rado, Arizona. 236 
Copyright by Oliver Lippincott. Los 
Angeles, Cal. "1899, no. 17203, Mar. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Salome. 237 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 17417, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 6, 1899. 
Schooner, Lizzie Webster, no. 1014. 

238 

Mark Gray. no. 1013. 239 

Sullivan Sawin. no. 1015. 240 

Copyright by Chas. E. Bolles, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, nos. 17424, 17422, 17421, Mar. 
6; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Schumami-Heink (Ernestine), nos. 5, 7. 

241, 242 
Copyright by Aime Dupont, New 
York. 1899, nos. 16565, 16566, Mar. 2; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Sharkey-McCoy fight reproduced in 10 

rounds. 243 

Copyright by S. Lubin, Philadelphia. 

1899,no.l5175, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 28, 1899. 



x 10. 



244 



Sight. 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15754, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Smell. 8 x 10. 245 

Copyright bv Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899. no. 15749, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec 7 d Feb. 27, 1899. • 

Spanish (The) peaks, Colorado. 50107. 

246 
Copyright by Detroit photographic 
co., Detroit. 1899, no. 17407, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Spinning (The) wheel. 8 x 10. 247 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 17415, Mar. 6; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Standish (Myles). 8 x 10. 248 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 



Boston . 1899, no. 1741 3, Mar. 6 : 
ies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



cop- 



Summer (A) idyl. 249 

Copyright by Woodbury E. Hunt, 
Concord, N. H. 1899, no. 17201, Mar. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Sun shadows, Graud canyon of the 

Colorado, Arizona. 250 

Copyright by Oliver Lippincott, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 1899, no. 17204, Mar. 

6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Taste. 8 x 10. 251 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15750, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Touch. 8x10. 252 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 15755, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

U. S. S. "Monongahela." no. 462. 253 
Copyright bv C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn. 
1899, uo. 15289^ Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 

Vanderbilt's (F. W.) residence at Hyde 
Park. Front view. 254 

Rear view. 255 

Coyp right by Wurts brothers, New 
York. 1899, nos. 17048,17049, Mar. 4; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Van Dyck (Ernest), nos. 6, 7, 11, 21. 

256-259 
Copyright by Aime Dnpont, New 
York. 1899, nos. 16554-16557, Mar. 2; 
2 copies each rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Van Rooy (Anton), nos. 5, 9. 260,261 
Copyright by Aime Dupont, New 
York. " 1899, nos. 16567, 16568, Mar. 2; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 16, 1899. 

Vestal virgin. 262 

Copyright bv Beatrice Tonnesen, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17053, Mar. 4; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Wallace-Hopper (Edna), no. 4. 263 

Copyright by Ye Rose studio, Provi- 
nce, R. I. 1899, no. i" 
copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Where the waves break. 8 x 10. 264 

Copyright by J. F. Olsson &. co., 
Cambridge, Mnss. 1899, no. 17051, Mar. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 
Winter blossoms. 265 

Copyright by Baker's art gallery, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15760, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 
Yes or no. 266 

Copyright by Baker's art gallery, 
Columbus, Ohio. 1899, no. 15756, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 



138 



IX. FIISTE ARTS. 

( Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs iiitended to he perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Against fate. 23 

Copyright by Charles H. Springer, 
Providence, R. I. 1899, no. 17918, Mar. 
9 ; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Angel playing harp. (Marked 4.) 24 
Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 16790. Mar. 4; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Buffalo's (The) welcome. 25 

Copyright by H. G. Breed, jr., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 16402, Mar. 2; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Campaste. 26 

Copyright by Louise Cox, U. S. 1899, 

no. 17916, Mar. 9; 1 photograph rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Charge (The) of the Rough Riders. 27 

Copyright by Frederic Remington, 

New Rochelle, N. Y. 1899, no. 17915, 

Mar. 9; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 9, 

1899. 

Common law. 28 

Copyright by Kenyon Cox, U. S. 
1899, no. 17917,' Mar. 9; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Department (A) of public works and 
monument to American progress. 29 
Copyright by James Henry Moser, 
Washington D. C. 1899, no. 18057, 
Mar. 9; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 9, 
1899. 

Group of fine draped figures, the one in 
center holding ribbon with inscription, 
etc 30 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899,no. 15434, Feb. 27; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Group of four youths blowing trumpets, 
etc. Marked 2. 31 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 16788, Mar. 4 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Head of a man. Marked V. 32 

Marked X. 33 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop. New 

York. 1899, n'os. 15433, 15431, Feb. 27; 

1 photograph each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles— Continued, 



Head of a woman. 

Marked II. 

Marked III. 

Marked IV. 

Marked VI. 

Marked VII. 

Marked VIII. 

Marked IX. 



Marked I. 



34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 



Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York." 1899, nos. 15425, 15428, 15430, 
15427, 15424, 15432, 15429, 15426, Feb. 27; 
1 photograph each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Hero. Painted by Alma-Tadema. 42 

Copyright by Arthur Tooth & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 16722, Mar. 4; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Lalon. (Bust.) 43 

Copyright by Charles W. Canfield, 
New York. 1899, no. 16403, Mar. 2; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Lemme see him, Huck. By J. G. Brown. 

44 
Copyright by American pub. co., 
Hartford, Conn." 1899, no. 16786, Mar. 4; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Portrait of a lady (head and shoulders), 
face turned three-quarters to the right 
of spectator, bonnet on head. 45 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 15423, Feb. 27; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Red Jacket's welcome. 46 

Copyright by H. G. Breed, ir., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no.' 16401, Mar. 2; 1 photo, 
graph rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Sawyer (Tom) gave up the brush. By 

J. G. Brown. 47 

Copyright by American pub. co., 

Hartford, Conn. 1?99, no. 16785, Mar. 4; 

1 photograph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Two winged figures facing each other, 
etc. Marked 1. 48 

Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 16789. Mar. 4 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Winged angel with hands joined in atti- 
tude of adoration, etc. marked 3. 49 
Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 16787, Mar. 4 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



139 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Almelt (William P.), New York: 

Haimali. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Harriet. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Helen. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints. ) 

Henriette. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Hester. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Hilda. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Homer. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Ho nor a. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Aibl (Jos.) verlag, Miincken, Germany: 

Concert in G moll. Joseph Miroslav 
Weber. (Music.) 
Albany Venetian blind co., Albany: 

Albany Venetian blind co. Illus- 
trated catalogue. (Books: 2.) 
Aldricb (Julia C), Wauseon, Ohio: 

Aldrich (J. C.) Hazel bloom. 
(Books: 1.) 
Alexander (Israel), Boston : 

Hypnotic cure. (Drama.) 
Altbouse (J.S.) & co., ltd., Reading, 
Pa.: 

Luella polka, by M. A. Althouse. 
(Music.) 
American Baptist pub. society, Philadel- 
phia: 

Mason (Caroline Atwater). A wind 
flower. (Books: 1.) 
American book co., New York : 

Page (David Perkins). Theory and 
practice of teaching. (Books: 1.) 
American Hereford cattle breeders' asso- 
ciation, U. S. 

American Hereford cattle breeders' 

association. The American Hereford 

record and Hereford herd book. 

(Books: 1.) 

American Jersey cattle club, New York: 

American Jersey cattle club. But- 
ter tests of registered Jersey cows. 
(Books: 1.) 
American press association, New York: 

Aleut (An) mission. (Books: 3.) 

At the Gotham theatres. (Books: 
3.) 

Baseball (The) season. (Books: 3.) 

Beauty hints. (Books: 3.) 

Bicycle racing. (Books: 3.) 

Bundle (The) of life. (Books: 3.) 

Dainty hats described by Daisy May. 
(Books: 3.) 

Enchanting Easter. (Books: 3.) 

Fashions of New York. (Books: 3.) 

Feature cut 9, 1899. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 



American press association, New York: 

In Manila on the eve of hostilities. 
(Books: 3.) 

Kilmer (Capt. Geo. L.) Fighting 
Filipinos. (Books: 3."! 

Organ-grinder (The) who is after 
an earldom. (Books: 3.) 

Paris fashion letter. (Books: 3.) 

Preparations for a stage production. 
(Books: 3.) 

Prominent American generals who 
are fighting the Filipinos. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Work (The) of women. (Books: 3.) 
American pub. co., Hartford, Conn. : 

Lenime see him, Huck. (Fine arts.) 

Sawyer (Tom) gave up the brush. 
(Fine arts.) 
American trotting register association, 
Chicago: 

Wallace's year-book of trotting and 
pacing in 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Anderson (William Harvey), Cincinnati: 

Ohio statute slips for 1898. (Books: 2.) 
Anderson (O. P.) map and blue print co., 
inc., Seattle, Wash. : 

Atlin gold field, Dominion of Can- 
ada. (Anderson's map of) (Maps 
and charts. ) 

Pine creek in the Atlin gold fields, 
North Cassiar district, British Colum- 
bia. (Anderson's map of) (Maps and 
charts.) 
Andre (Johann), Offenbach a. Main, Ger- 
many : 

Prayer. (Andacht.) Carl Andre. 
(Music.) 

Zwie gedicht. J. V. von Scheffel; 
Jos. Werth. nos. 1-2. (Music.) 
Andrews (S. C), Chicago : 

Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth). 
The song of Hiawatha. (Books: 1.) 
Appleton (D.) ■& co., New York: 

Blow (Susan E.) Letters to a 
mother on the philosophv of Froebel. 
(Books: 1.) 

Dougall(Lily). The Mormon prophet. 
(Books: 1.) 

[Fisher.] (Arabella Burton Buck- 
ley.) The fairyland of science. 
(Books: 1.) 

Herodotus. The histories of Hero- 
dotus. (Books: 1.) 

Paine (Allen). By Berwen banks. 
(Books: 1.) 
Arkell pub. co., New York : 

Easily accounted for. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Hard lines. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Our St. Patrick. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Poor beast. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 



140 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Ashdown (Edwin), England: 

Come, glide with me. Graham Val- 
more. (Music.) 
Ash worth (Carrie S.), Wappingers Falls, 
N. Y. : 

Their watchwords were mother and 
God. C. S. Ash worth; C. W. Bennet. 
(Music.) 
Associated press, New York: 

Choate (Mr.) in London. (Books: 3.) 

Germany advises Chambers's re- 
moval. (Books: 3.) 

Germany disposed to make conces- 
sions. (Books: 3.) 

Italy's demand may start rush on 
China. (Books: 3.) 

Khalifa's new move surprises Eng- 
land. (Books: 3.) 

Rhodes (Mr. ) on expansion. (Books : 
3.) 
Bach (W. H.), Lily Dale, N. Y. : 

Bach (W. H.) The ten command- 
ments analyzed. (Books: 1.) 
Badger (Richard G.) & co., Boston : 

Parker (Gilbert). The hill of pains. 
(Books: 1.) 
Bailey (E. H.), Boston : 

On the move. Ambrose Davenport; 
Eben H. Bailey. (Music.) 
Baker's art gallery, Columbus, Ohio: 

Dominoes. (Photographs.) 

Letter (A) from the front. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Our hero. (Photographs.) 

Procter & Gamble co.'s factories, 
Ivorydale, Ohio. (Photographs.) 

Winter blossoms. (Photographs.) 

Yes or no. (Photographs.) 
Balch (Thomas William), Philadelphia: 

Balch (T. W.) The Brooke family of 
Whitchurch, Hampshire, England. 
(Books: 1.) 
Baldwin (S. M.), New York : 

Promenade costume. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Visiting costumes. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Ball (James Drummond), Boston: 

Naval battle of Santiago (Cuba). 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Bancroft-Whitney co., San Francisco: 

Boone (Charles T. ) and others. Notes 
on the California reports. (Books: 1.) 
Banks & bros. and James B. Lyons, 
Albany, N. Y. : 

New York state reports and session 
laws. (Combined official series.) 
(Books: 1.) 
Barnhouse (C. L. ), Oskaloosa, Iowa: 

Among the roses waltz. C. L. Barn- 
house. (Music.) 

Coons' picnic patrol. Will H. Kiefer. 
(Music.) 

Crimson (The) flush march. Russel 
Alexander. (Music.) 

Elite (The) two-step. Will H. Kiefer. 
(Music.) 



Barnhouse (C. L.), Oskaloosa, Iowa: 

Idilio valse. G. Codina. (Music.) 
Lenora schottische. Will H. Kiefer. 
(Music.) 

"Our union" grand march. Will H. 
Kiefer. (Music.) 

Waltz, Porto Rican. Will H. Kiefer. 
(Music.) 

Waltz. Fe volvi a ver. M. Estrada. 
(Music.) 

"Zena." Two-step. Al. J. Whyte. 
(Music.) 
Barton (William E.), Boston: 

Barton (W. E.) Old plantation 
hymns. (Books: 1.) 
Basye (Wni.), Chicago: 

Souvenir de Cuba. William Basye. 
(Music.) 
Bates (Charles Austin), New York: 

"I am coming." (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Bayard drug co., New Haven, Conn : 

* What is life? (Books: 2.) 
Beban (Geo. E.), New York: 

Bebau (Geo. E.) She's more to be 
pitied than censured. (Books: 2.) 
Bedaine (Henry S.), Millstadt, 111. : 

Bedaine (Henry S.) The six best 
lithotints of the day. (Books: 2.) 
Beers (N. P.), New York : 

Star (The) of Columbia. (Books: 3.) 
Bell telephone co., Buffalo : 

Bell (The) telephone co., Buffalo, 
N. Y. Official list of subscribers. 
(Books: 2.) 
Benjamin (Isaac), Cincinnati: 

Assel (Miss). (Photographs.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Advisorv rates of Cascade, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

De Witt, Iowa. ( Books : 2. ) 

Fayette, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Humboldt, Iowa, and Dakota 

City, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Latimer, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Benton (Chas. W.), Valparaiso, Ind. : 

Northern Indiana normal school and 
business college; general instructions 
and memoranda. (Books: 1.) 
Benziger bros., New York: 

Nash (J.J.) Short instructions for 
the first confession. (Books: 3.) 
Bien (Julius) & co.,New York: 

Asia. (Maps and charts.) 
Blackiston's (P.) son & co., Philadel- 
phia: 

Memminger (Allard). Diagnosis by 
the urine. (Books: 1.) 

Voswinkel (Bertha M.) Surgical 
nursing. (Books: 1.) 
Boas (Emil L.), New York: 

To the land of the midnight sun. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bolles (Chas. E. ), Brooklyn : 
Fanny. (Photographs.) 
Schooner " Lizzie Webster." (Pho- 
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Bolles (Cbas. E.), Brooklyn : 

Schooner "Mark Gray." (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Schooner "Sullivan Sawin." (Pho- 
tographs.) 

U. S. S. "Monongahela." (Photo 
graphs." 
Boner (W. H.) & co., Philadelphia: 

Flor (La) del cafe. Placido. Roberto 
Stewart. (Music.) 

Gavotte des mathurins. G. Lemaire ; 
Miss Emma Schubert. (Music.) 

O Nancy, wilt thou go with me? 
Philip H. Goepp. (Music.) 

When love is kind. Emma Schubert. 
(Music.) 
Bonner's (Robert) sons, New York: 

Rowlands (Erne Adelaide). A child 
of charity. (Books: 3.) 
Boosey & co., London: 

Welcome, welcome to the swallow. 
F. A.Jarvis. (Music.) 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig: 

Alia polska. Gabriel-Marie. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Arlequinade. Gabriel-Marie. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Barcarolle. Gabriel-Marie. (Music.) 

Belle marquise. G ab ri el- Marie. 
(Music.) 

Canzonetta. Gabriel-Marie. (Mu- 
sic.) 

l 6re valse. A l'appel du plaisir. 
Gabriel-Marie. (Music.) 
Bowles (Francis T.), Brooklyn : 

Society of naval architects and ma- 
rine engineers. Transactions of the 
society of naval architects and marine 
engineers. (Books: 1.) 
Boyle (Homer L.), Grand Rapids, Mich. : 

Insurance to prevent wars between 
nations. (Books: 2.) 
Bradstreet co., New York: 

Bradstreet's commercial reports 
(Books: 1.) 
Brainard's (S.) sons co., Chicago: 

Banquet march. P. F. del Cainpig 
lio. (Music.) 

Cyrano march, by W. H. Krell 
(Music.) 

Echoes from old Mobile. Walter E 
Petry. (Music.) 

Florida (A) cracker. Ellis Brooks 
(Music.) 

Gathering roses in the dell. Mrs 
Mary Allen. (Music.) 

Honey Sue. John M. James; G. B 
Brigham. (Music.) 

Ma Sombaline. John Raymond Hub 
bell. (Music.) 

Tournoi (Le). Abbie A. Ford. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Brannan (B. L.), New York : 

My old Virginia home upon the farm. 
Barrington L. Brannan. (Music.) 



Breed (H. G., jr.), Buffalo: 

"Buffalo's" (The) welcome. (Fine 
arts.) 

Red Jacket's welcome. (Fine arts.) 
Breitkopf Ac Hiirtel. Leipzig: 

Musik zuni schauspiele, "Konig 
Kristian II." Adolf Paul; Jean Sibe- 
lius. (Music.) 
Briggs (W.A.), U.S.: 

Forest birds. W. A. Briggs. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Brockhaus (Max), Leipzig: 

B.'irenkauter (Der). Siegfried Wag- 
ner. (Music.) 

Maurische rhapsodic Engelbert 
Hnmperdinck. (Music.) 
Brooks (Edward L.), Chicago: 

Brooks (E. L.) Points of view on 
interior decoration. (Books: 1.) 
Brownell (A. S.), New York : 

Brownell (A. S.) The manufacture 
of real estate. (Books: 2.) 
Buchbaum (A.), New York: 

Cuba free forever. L. Baarsch ; C. A. 
Egener. (Music.) 
Buckle (Herbert H.), Chicago: 

Animation two-step. Herbert H. 
Buckle. (Music.) 
Buckles (F. M.) & co.,New York: 

[James, Florence Alice Price.] Joan, 
the curate. (Books: 1.) 
Buel (James William), Philadelphia: 

Carmen; Jose" stabs Carmen. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Lakme; Lakme to Gerald. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Lammermoor (Lucia di) ; Cho. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Mignon; Lotario. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Sheba (Queen of). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Tell (William). Gessler-Tell. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Buoman (Frank X.), Jamestown, N. Y. : 
My uncle, the General. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 
Hutchius (W. T.) Sweet peas up to 
date. (Books: 2.) 
Burrows bros. co., Cleveland: 

Rafiuesque (Constantine Samuel). 
Ichthyologia ohiensis. (Books: 1.) 
Busey (Samuel C), Washington: 

liusey (S. C.) Annual addresses of 
the president of the Medical society of 
the District of Columbia. (Books: 1.) 
Bynum (H. R.), Kirksville, Mo. : 

Littlejohn (J. Martin). Physiology, 
exhaustive and practical. (Books: 1.) 
Byrne (Jane A.), Chicago: 

Girl (The) I love I can not call my 
own. Harry S. Miller; Emily Smith. 
(Music.) 
Hans S. Line. (Music.) 



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Cake (L. B.), New York: 

Cake (Lu B.) Peepstone Joe and the 
Peck manuscript. (Books: 1.) 
Callahan & co., Chicago: 

Michigan reports." Cases decided in 
the supreme court. (Books: 1.) 
Cammann (Henry J.), New York: 

Caminann (H. J.) An exposition of 
the church catechism. (Books: 1.) 
Canfield (Charles W.), New York: 

Lalou. (Fine arts.) 
Carpenter (Frank G.), Washington: 

President (The) of Paraguay. 
(Books: 3.) 
Case (B.H.), New York: 

Bench and bar, Hartford county, 
Conn., 1899. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Chappell & co., London: 

Dear is my little native vale. Samuel 
Rogers; Franco Leoni. (Music.) 

F'arewell (A). Lord Tennyson; 
Frauco Leoni. (Music.) 

Love's philosphy. Shelley; Dora 
Robinson. (Music.) 

Quick march. " Soldiers in the park. 7 ' 
Lionel Monckton; J. Orel Hume. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Quick march. "The boolyvar de 
Paree." Lionel Monckton ; J. Ord 
Hume. (Music.) 

Spring (The) has come. Maud Va- 
lerie White. (Music.) 

Topsy-turvy (The) hotel. Victor 
Roger and Lionel Monckton; J. A. 
Kappey. (Music.) 
Cherrington (L. J.), Salem, Mass. : 

Mineral and distilled drinking water. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chicago journal, Chicago: 

Meditations of Martin Dooley. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chicago record, Chicago: 

Agoncil]o arrives at Oban. (Books: 
3.) 

Alarmed by rumor front Rome. 
(Books: 3.) 

Alarmed by the Khalifa. (Books : 3.) 

Alarming dispatches at Madrid. 
(Books: 3.) 

America is watching Germanv. 
(Books: 3.) 

Anxious to be vindicated. (Books : 
3.) 

Archbishop thanks the Pope. 
(Books: 3.) 

Armed rebels seized. (Books: 3.) 

Austrian teacher is dead. (Books: 3.) 

Awaiting his opportunity. (Books: 
3.) 

Banff y (Baron) will go higher. 
(Books: 3.) 

Barbarous Tartar arrested. (Books: 
3.) I 

Bishop of Barcelona buried. (Books : I 
3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago : 

Boyd's (Dr.) death was tragic. 

(Books: 3.) 

" Bulgaria" arrives in port. (Books : 

3.) 
Cervera is denied a seat. (Books: 3.) 
Change in London government. 

(Books: 3.) 
Cheaper rates to Europe. (Books: 3.) 
China is threatened. (Books: 3.) 
Choat i(Mr.)in London. (Books: 3.) 
Church bells toll in Vienna. (Books : 

3.) 

Church work in Cuba. (Books: 3.) 
Congress of intern medicine. (Books : 

3.) 

Croft given up for lost. (Books: 3.) 
Crowd out British traders. (Books: 

3.) 
Dates for Carlsbad races. (Books : 

3.) 
Declares Gen. Otis is severe. (Books : 

3.) 
Denies that the Czar is ill. (Books: 

3.) 
Discuss the Pope's letter. (Books: 

3.) 
Dreyfus case again. (Books: 3.) 
England runs behind. (Books: 3.) 
Fractions agree in Bulgaria. (Books: 

3.) 

Fear plot in France. (Books: 3.) 
Ferdinand (Prince) may marry. 

(Books: 3.) 
Filipinos still talk bravely. (Books : 

3.) 
Finns fail to see the Czar. (Books: 

3.) 

Funeral of M. F'aure. (Books: 3.) 
German customs investigation. 

(Books: 3.) 
German emigration to America. 

(Books: 3.) 
Germany may strike. (Books: 3.) 
Goes to the palace. (Books: 3.) 
Gustaf will visit Norway. (Books: 

3.) 

Hope for peace in Hungary. (Books : 

3.) 
Ireland (Archbishop) indorsed. 

(Books: 3.) 
Keane writes to the Pope. (Books: 

3.) 

Khalifa's forces are halted. (Books: 

3.) 
Kills himself in Cologne. (Books: 

3.) 
Labor troubles in Sweden. (Books: 

3.) 
Later advices from Samoa. (Books : 

3.) 
Leaves $2,500,000 to charity. (Books : 
. 3.) 

Leo (Pope) improving. (Books: 3.) 
Leo (Pope) is very sick. (Books: 3.) 
Lieutenant must go to prison. 

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Chicago record, Chicago : 

Likely to succeed Pope Leo. (Books: 
3.) 

Lockout in England. (Books: 3.) 

Look for revolution in Italy. (Books : 
3.) 

Majority for trial revision. (Books: 

3.) 

Many rebels killed. (Books: 3.) 
Marie (Queen) reported dead. (Books: 

3.) 

New cabinet for Hungary. (Books: 

3.) 

New Orleans man arrested. (Books: 

3.) 

New president at Budapest. (Books: 

3.) 
New professor for Oxford. (Books: 

3.) 
Norway in Finland's cause. (Books : 

3.) 
Noted divine and author dead. 

(Books: 3.) 
Oratory in the French senate. 

(Books: 3.) 
Oscar (King) to visit France. 

(Books: 3.) 
Peru complains of injustice. (Books : 

3.) 

Peru's narrowness criticised. (Books : 

30 

Plan an American concert. (Books: 

3.) 

Plot to murder the Dowager. (Books : 

3.) 

Pope still in danger. (Books: 3.) 
Pope's condition improving. (Books: 

3.) 

Priest banished to Siberia. (Books : 

3.) 

Prison for deputies. (Books: 3.) 
Protests made in vain. (Books: 3.) 
Radziwill interview genuine. 

(Books: 3.) 
Rampolla snubs Canevaro. (Books : 

3.) 

Rebels in the lines. (Books: 3.) 
Recantation of Professor Schell. 

(Books: 3.) 
Report no trace of Audree. (Books : 

3.) 

Requiem mass in Bern. (Books: 3.) 
Reuter (Baron) is dead. (Books: 3.) 
Rosebery for lord rector. (Books : 3.) 
Sagasta cabinet resigns. (Books: 3.) 
Says lloilo is abandoned. (Books: 

3.) 

Scots see America. (Books: 3.) 
Silver vases for the Czar. (Books: 

3.) 

Smallpox on a transport. (Books: 3.) 
Stephanie starts for Corfu. (Books: 

3.) 

Strike at socialists. (Books: 3.) 
Sunday reform in Europe. (Books: 

3.) 

18385— Yol. 19, Eo. 2 5 



Chicago record, Chicago : 

Switzerland's foreign trade. (Books: 
3.) 

Szell cabinet announced. (Books: 
3.) 

Szell cabinet is welcomed. (Books: 
3.) 

To save naval expenses. (Books: 3.) 

To teach Russian and Chinese. 
(Books: 3.) 

Tower's (Mr.) farewell dinner. 
(Books: 3.) 

Trust aims at Cuba. (Books: 3.) 

Trying to settle a boundary. (Books : 
3.) 

Turks hostile to the English. 
(Books: 3.) 

Venetian carpenter a composer. 
(Books: 3.) 

Wales' scheme falls flat. (Books: 3.) 

War among Atlantic liners. (Books: 
3.) 

Will kill meat bill. (Books : 3.) 

Will not close Callao school . (Books : 
3.) 

William (Emperor) to visit Bremen. 
(Books: 3.) 

Wolf (Dr.) is coming. (Books: 3.) 

Work on Spanish discovery. (Books : 
3.) 

lates (Consul) visits Naples. 
(Books: 3.) 
Chiswick pub. co., New York : 

McGovern (Thomas). The pro- 
nouncing dictionary ot mythology and 
antiquities. (Books: 1.) 

Payne (F. M.) Just the word wanted. 
(Books: 1.) 

New explanatory pronouncing 

dictionary of Latin quotations. 
(Books: 1.) 

Stein (M.) Correct pronunciation of 
difficult words [etc.] (Books: 1.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati: 

Alabama dream. Geo. D. Barnard. 
(Music.) 
City of New York, New York : 

New York. (Department of taxes 
and assessments.) Street ward direct- 
ory, borough of Brooklyn. (Books : 1.) 
Clarke (John Boyd), Boston: 

Clarke (J. B.) Phil Dennett's "high- 
back." (Books: 3.) 
Cleveland (Frederick A.), Chicago : 

United States. Constitution. The 
constitution of the United States, rear- 
ranged for class study. (Books: 1.) 
Coanacher (B.), Chicago: 

Clendenen's quadrille book and guide 
to etiquette. (Books: I.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Arithmetic. (Books: 2.) 

Commissions to students for aiding in 
securing new students. (Books: 2.) 
Colville (J. M.), Philadelphia: 

All for love ; or, Love flows on for- 
ever. (Dramatic compositions.) 



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Conkey (W. B.) co., Chicago: 

[Webster, Noah] . Vest pocket Web- 
ster dictionary and handy manual. 
(Books: 1.) 
Conklin (.Mabel L.), Brooklyn: 

Conklin (M. L.) " The white cross 
society" for men. (Books: 2.) 
Connorton (John W.) pub. co., Chicago: 
Connorton's tobacco brand directory 
of the United States for 1899. (Books : 
1.) 
Cooper (Madison), Minneapolis: 

Eggs in cold storage. (Books: 3.) 
Costallat & cie., Paris: 

Gavotte tendre. Louis Ganne. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Gipsy (La). Louis Ganne. (Music.) 
Serenade pizzicata. Louis Ganne. 
(Music.) 

Zingara (La). Louis Ganne. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo: 

Castello (Madam Ada). (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Lion head. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Tiger head. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 
Couser (George W.), Los Gatos, Cal. : 
Dewey on de ocean! (Books: 2.) 
Cox (Kenyon), U. S. : 

Common law. (Fine arts.) 
Cox (Louise), U. S. : 

Carupaste. (Fine arts.) 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd., London: 

Crusader's war song. Mrs. Hemans ; 
Herbert H.Nelson. (Music.) 

Jesus, lover of my soul. Charles 
Wesley ; F. Bernard Streatheld. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Once and again. Gunby Hadath; 
Piccolomini. (Music.) 

Whisper my name in the twilight. 
Clifton Bingham; Walter Slaughter. 
(Music.) 
Crane & co., Topeka, Kans. : 

Wooster (Lizzie E.) The Wooster 
primer. (Books: 1.) 
Credit reporting co., Trenton, N. J. : 

Credit reporting company of Tren- 
ton, N. J. Trust book . . . 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Crist (D. W.), Moultrie, Ohio: 

Brooklet waltz. D. W. Crist. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Fair play march. J. D. Shaver. 
(Music.) 
Crowell (Thomas Y. ) & co., New York : 
Herron (George Davis). Between 
Cresar and Jesus. (Books: 1.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Feeding the swans. (Photographs.) 
In church. (Photographs.) 
Maiden's (Ye) reverie. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Portrait of a lady. (Photographs.) 
Sight. (Photographs.) 



Curtis & Cameron, Boston: 
Smell. (Photographs.) 
Spinning (The) wheel. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Standish (Myles). (Photographs.) 
Taste. (Photographs.) 
Touch. (Photographs.) 
Dabovich (Sebastian), San Francisco: 
Dabovich (S., comp. and translator.) 
The lives of the saints, and several lec- 
tures and sermons. (Books: 1.) 
Darker (Richard HL), Portland, Me. : 

List (A) of old and rare U. S. and 
Canadian coins. (Books: 2.) 
Davenport (E. E.), Chicago: 

" 1 wish I could w T arble like you." E. 
E.Davenport. (Music.) 
De Longpre (Paul), New York: 

Favorites. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Springtime beauties. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Denza (L.), London : 

Little watercress. Frederic E. 
Weatherly; L. Denza. (Music.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit: 

Spanish (The) peaks. Colorado. 
(Photographs.) 
De Young (Robt.) & co., St. Louis: 

Bowery Buck. Torn Turpin; D. S. 
De Lisle. (Music.) 

Harlem rag. Tom Turpin; D. S. De 
Lisle. (Music.) 
De Youngs (a corporation), New York: 
Cake walk. (Photographs.) 
Enlistment (The). (Photographs.) 
Flirtation. (Photographs.) 
Greeting. (Photographs.) 
De Zapp (Rudolph), Washington: 

AVashington (The) monument. 
(Books: 3.) 
Dillingham (G. W.) co., New York: 

Diltz (Hanson Penn). Hollow 
bracken. (Books: 1.) 

Irwin (H. S.) Helena. (Books: 1.) 

Lewis (Leon). Andree at the north 

pole, with details of his fate. (Books: 

1.) 

Winston (A. B.) Waters that pass 
away. (Books: 1.) 
Dise (B. S.), Curwensville, Pa. : 

Complete in Him. M. Sheeleigh; B. 
S. Dise. (Music.) 

Faith. B. S. Dise. (Music.) 

Jesus bids us shine. Anna B. War- 
ner; B. S. Dise. (Music.) 
Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston: 

Dancing sea spray. Eduard Hoist. 
(Music.) 

Gavotte in A fiat. Arthur L. Brown. 
(Music.) 

I heard the voice of Jesus say. Ho- 
ratiusBonar; Benjamin Cutter. (Mu- 
sic.) 

I love thee more. M. H. Catlin. 
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Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston : 

Rejoice, Jerusalem, and sing. Fran- 
cis V. Hubbard; George B. Nevin. 
(Music.) 

Yalse fantaisie. Arthur L. Brown. 
(Music.) 
Doane (W. H.), Cincinnati: 

Beautiful Eden. Mrs. M. A. Kidder; 
W. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Good (The) old way. F. J. C. ; W. H. 
Doane. (Music.) 

Happy home. Miss J. Pollard; 
W. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Jesus at the door. F. J. C; W. H. 
Doane. (Music.) 

Keep praying as you go. F. J. C; 
W. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Keep step. Fanny J. Crosby ; W. H. 
Doane. (Music.) 

On, press on. Fanny Crosby ; W. H. 
Doane. (Music.) 

Precious (The) name. Lydia Baxter; 
YY. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Savior's (The) call. Fanny Crosby; 
YY. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Strike, strike for victory. Mrs. M. A. 
Kidder; W. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Tell it with joy. F. J. C; W. H. 
Doane. (Music.) 

They gather one by one. Josephine 
Pollard; W. H. Doane. (Music.) 

Toiling on. Fanny Crosby; W. H. 
Doane. (Music.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York: 

Allen (Grant). The European town. 
(Books: 1.) 

Shorter (Mrs. Clement). My lady's 
slipper and other verses. (Books: 1.) 
Dondore(C.T.),U.S.: 

it tickled me so I liked to die. Sol 
Smith Russell; C. T. Dondore. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Dowdell (L. Edgar), Valparaiso, Ind. : 

Sea (The) thehome for me. L. Edgar ' 
Dowdell: August Wolf. (Music.) 
Dudley (Howard H.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Dudley (Howard H.) Without an 
education. (Books: 2.) 
Dupont (Airne), New York: 

Lehmann (Lilli). ('Photographs.) 

Maurel (Victor). (Photographs.) 

Schumann-Heink ( Ernestine). 
(Photographs.) 

Van Dyck (Ernest). (Photographs.) 

Van Rooy (Anton). (Photographs.) 
Du Souchet (H. A.), New York : 

" Betsy Ross." (Dramatic composi- j 
tion.) 
Dutton (F. R.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Obligations and responsibilities of j 
members of fraternal orders. (Books: 
■ 2.) 
Earl (Henry II.), Fall River, Mass. : 

Fall River and its manufactories 
1803-1898. (Books: 2.) 



Eastman kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. : 
Daguerre, 1839. Kodaks, 1899. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Eaton (Seymour), Laudsdowne, Pa.: 

Chicago (The) record's home study 
circle. (Books: 3.) 
Edison (Thomas A.), Orange, N. J. : 

Jones and his pal in trouble. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Jones's interrupted sleigh ride. 
(Photographs.) 

Jones's return from the club. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 
Eldridge (Geo. D.), Boston : 

[Eldridge, George Dyre.] The prin- 
ciples of reservation in their applica- 
tion to legislative regulation of life 
insurance. (Books: 1.) 
Electrical engineer institute of corre- 
spondence instruction, New York: 

Fundamental principles of elec- 
tricity and magnetism. (Books: 2.) 
Enoch & sons, London: 

Quick march, "Americaine." Louis 
Ganne; J.Ord Hume. (Music.) 

100 exercises on intervals. Mathilde 
Marchesi. (Music.) 
Erwiu (Frank Alexander), New York : 
Erwin (F. A.) A summary of torts. 
(Books: 1.) 
Eustis (George P.), Washington: 

Scarlet (The) letter. (Dramatic com- 
positions.) 
Evans (W. A.), Boston: 

Mamie Brady 's the girl for me. 
Ottie E. Colburn; H. W. W. Downes. 
(Music.) 
Evening post pub. co., New York : 

Evening (The) post's handbook of 

American finance. Rev. ed. (Books: 2.) 

Reports of the national banks of the 

principal banking centers of the United 

States, etc. (Books: 1.) 

Falk (B. J.), New York : 

Eames (Emma). (Photographs.) 
Farrell (James Martin), Lancaster, Ohio: 
Farrell's one hundred and fifty year 
reference calendar and business adver- 
tiser. (Books: 1.) 
Fell (Charles James), Wilkesbarre, Pa. : 
Sweet Belinda Mulrooney ; or, The 
queen of Klondike. C.J. Fell. (Music.) 
Fillmore bros.. Cincinnati : 

Easter (The) promise. Palmer Hart- 
sough : J. H. Fillmore. (Music.) 

Gridiron (The) march. A. R. Shaw. 
(Music.) 

In the cross of Christ I glory. J. B. 
Herbert. (Music.) 

Lift up your heads. Finley Lyon. 
(Music.) 

Nazarene (The). Chas. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 

O joyful sound, glorious hour. 
Mrs. Carrie B. Adams. (Music.) 

Praise ye the name of the Lord. H. 
P. Danks. (Music.) 



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Fillmore bros., Cincinnati: 

Rejoice, He is risen. Finley Lyon. 
(Music.) 

Sabbath (The) day was ended. J. B. 
Herbert. (Music.) 

Show yourselves joyful. H. P. Danks. 
(Music.) 
Fitzpatrick (M. J.), New York: 

Sunlight (The) of my heart. M.J. 
Fitzpatrick. (Music.) 
Flanner (Joseph), Milwaukee, Wis. : 

''My mother's good-night kiss." 
Croasdella C. Fess; Mary E. Buell. 
(Music.) 

" Song (The) of the wood-cutters." 
Miss Jessie Freehand ; Daniel Protheroe. 
(Music.) 
Flitcraft (A. J.). Oak Park, 111. : 

[Flitcraft. Allen J.] Life insurance 
manual. (Books: 1.) 
Folding bath tub co., Marshall, Mich. : 

Business (A) driver. (Books: 2.) 
Folger (L.B.), U.S.: 

Obsequies of Enoch T. Carson, 33° 
mason. (Photographs.) 
Fontaine (C.), Washington: 

Dumas (Alexandre). Latulipe noire. 
(Books: 1.) 
Fowler (Thaddeus M.), Morrisville, Pa.: 

Clarksburg, West Virgiuia. (Chro- 
mos and lithographs.) 
Fowler & co., New York: 

Fowler & co., patent agents and 
experts, copyrights, trade-marks, etc. 
(Books: 2.) 
Fox (Alfred), Bridgeport, Conn. : 

Knights of Columbus. G. Guilbert. 
(Music.) 

Yo' mus'n't try to fool yo' little Angie. 
Chas. E. Dickerson ; Win. Weidenham- 
mer. (Music.) 
Francis, Day & Hunter, London : 

And I didn't go to work that day. 
A. J. Mills and Harry Castling. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Binks' wife; or, Leave her to me. 
Charles Osborne. (Music.) 

Cold (A) and frosty morning. Frank 
Leo. (Music.) 

Darling blue-eyed Norah. J. E. Mur- 
ray. (Music.) 

For old times' sake. Ernest Allan. 
(Music.) 

Has anybody seen my dolly ? George 
A.Stevens. (Music.) 

He was one of the old brigade. T. 
Conley; Pat Rafferty. (Music.) 

It grows on yer. Charles Osborne. 
(Music.) 

Pet (The) o' the pautomime. Dan 
Paulton. (Music.) 

Shout hurrah, shout hooray. Arthur 
Sturgess; J. M. Glover. (Music.) 

Sit down. J. W. Driffield. (Music.) 

Slips of the tongue. Edward Kent. 
(Music.) 



Francis, Day & Hunter, London : 

We all went following on. John P. 
Harrington; Orlando Powell. (Music.) 
We're taking it in turns. Tom 
Browne; Felix McGlennou. (Music.) 

When mamma and pa have gone to 
bye-bye. Joseph Tabrar. (Music.) 

When the day begins to dawn. Frank 
Leo. (Music.) 

When the gentle breezes blow. Alf 
Ellerton. (Music.) 

When do I come in? Harry Adams; 
Geo. Everard. (Music.) 
Fraser (W. A.), Georgetown, Canada: 
Eraser (W. A.) Flying on the swan's 
back. (Books: 3.) 
French (Milton), Bow, N. H. : 

Birthplace of the Rev. Mary Baker 
G.Eddy. (Photographs.) 
Frink (Harry Arthur), Boston: 

Dolor. (Photographs.) 
Funk & Wagnalls co., New York: 

Cook (E. W.) The origin of sin, and 
its relation to God and the universe. 
(Books: 1.) 

Copeland (Thomas Campbell). Amer- 
ican colonial handbook. (Books: 1.) 
Gagel bros., New York : 

Shuffling Pete. Edwin F. Kendall. 
(Music.) 
Garland (William A.), Arkadelphia, Ark. : 
Garland (Will). Congress. (Books: 
2.) 
German press and plate co., Chicago: 
Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Gibson art galleries, Chicago : 

Edsell (, Bishop). (Photographs.) 
Gilchrist (Frankie), U. S. : 

Pop corn dance. Frankie Gilchrist. 
(Music.) 
Ginn & co., Boston: 

Like a fairy creature. Rossini; J. S. 
Bergen. (Music.) 
Goggan (Thos.) & bro., Galveston, Tex. : 
Call me thine but once again. Frank 
Dreppesh. (Music.) 

Postal (A) card for you. Thos. M. 
Bowers. (Music.) 

Student's nocturne. Frank C. Via- 
vant. (Music.) 

Uncle Tom's letter. Fred C.Davis; 
M. B. Shepherd. (.Music.) 
Grabau (Walther), Newark, N. J. : 

Santa Rosa. Walther Grabau. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Graves (Harry M.), Williamstown, Mass. : 
Graves (H. M.) Drug store oppor- 
tunities. (Books: 2.) 
Good soda. (Books: 2.) 
Greely (Philip), Dorchester, Mass. : 

All hail, bright resurrection day. 
Frank J. Bonelle; Philip Greely. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Green (W. L.) & co., Boston: 

Free-church catechism. (Books: 2.) 



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Groscurth (W.), Berlin: 

Fiinf salonstiicke. Karl Gleitz. 
nos. 1-5. (Music.) 

Vier Heeler. Thekla Lingen • Karl 
Gleitz. nos. 1-4. (Music.) 
Gueriu (F. W.), St. Louis: 

Favorite (The) model. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Ghost (A) story. (Photographs.) 
Pets. (Photographs.) 
Salome. (Photographs.) 
Hall-Shone co M inc., Rochester, N. Y. : 
Hall-Shone co., inc., Rochester, N. Y. 
Catalogue of 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Harper & brothers, New York: 

Carrye (Charles Edward). The river 
syndicate, and other stories. (Books: 
10 

Harper's pictorial history of the war 
with Spain. (Books: 1.) 
Harroun (F. D.), Rock Island, 111. : 

Loss of the "Paul Jones."' F. D. 
Harroun. (Music.) 
Hart (Amos W.), Washington : 

Hart (A. \V.) Digest of the decisions 
in the Patent office and the United 
States courts, 1898. (Books: 1.) 
Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Chicago: 

Art in dress. Spring and summer, 
1899. (Hooks: 2.) 
Hatch music co., Philadelphia: 

Contentment. F. Zitterhart. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Haviland (Frank Wood), New York: 

Haviland (F. W.) The temple; sec- 
ond part of Science. (Books: 1.) 
Hayes (Charles Harris), Washington: 
Graded lessons for church Sunday 
schools. (Books: 2.) 
Heath (Robert H.), Camden, Pa. : 

Heath (R. H.) Manila far away. 
(Books: 2.) 

Heath (R. H.) Only a hunch of blue 
ribbons. (Bo:iks: 2.) 
Heckil (G. B.), Philadelphia: 

Scott (W. G.) A systematic method 
of testing varnish, japans, fixed oils 
[etc.] (Books: 3.) 
Hennaman (Wm. H.), Philadelphia: 

Hennamau's new banjo method. 
(Music.) 
Herri ck (E. R.) & co., New York : 

Boylan (Grace Duffie). Hosanna and 
kuzzah. (Books: 2.) 

McManus (Blanche). The Quaker 
colony. (Books: 1.) 
Hixson (Edmund Emmit), New York : 
Hixson's railway instruction sheet. 
(Maps and charts.) 
Hoddiek (Otto E.), Buffalo: 

55th, or Spanish-American war con- 
gress, (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Hodgins (John), Brooklyn : 

[ Webster, Noah]. White's people's 
Webster. (Books: 1.) 



Hofmeister (Friedrich), Leipzig: 

Am golf von Mexico. Camillo Mo- 
rena. (Music.) 
Home music co., Logansport, Ind. : 

My Alabama home. A. D. Fansler; 
R. Jay Powell. (Music.) 
Hortiz (Joseph F.), Philadelphia: 

Lad (A) can not forget his mother's 
love. Jos. F. Hortiz. (Music.) 
Houghton (A. C), Columbus, Ohio : 

[Houghton, Albert Charles.] Edwin 
and Eleanor. (Books: 1.) 
Houghton. Mifflin & co.. Boston: 

Carlyle (Thomas). Letters ... to 
his youngest sister. (Books: 1.) 
Howland (Fred A.), secretary of state for 
the State of Vermont, U. S. : 

Vermont supreme court reports. 
(Books: 1.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 

Tell me that you love me like you 
used to do. Harry S. Miller; Emily 
Smith. (Music.) 
Hubbard (Lester C.),New York: 

" Timely and true." (Books: 3.) 
Hudson (D^ E.), C. S. C, Notre Dame, 
Ind.: 

Mannix (Mary E.) The tales Tim 
told us. (Books: 1.) 
Huger (A. M.), Take City, Fla. : 

Huger (A. M.) Pearls and pebbles. 
(Books: 1.) 
Hughes (William) pub. co., Chicago: 

Foote (Allen Kipley). How should 
the franchise question be settled? 
(Books: 2.) 
Hunt (Woodbury E.), Concord, N. H. : 
First communion. (Photographs.) 
Summer (A) idyl. (Photographs.) 
Hunt (C. W.) co., New York : 

Hunt (The) noiseless conveyor, etc. 
Catalogue no. 9901. (Books : 2.) 
llsen & co., Cincinnati : 

Just let mv pork chops be. Frank 
Polk; Will M.Smith. (Music.) 
Imbrie (Charles Frederick), New York: 
Abbev & Imbrie's catalogue, no. 
161. (Books: 2.) 
Jiiger (Julius), Berlin : 

Soldateuleben marsch. Otto Well- 
manu ; Rudolf Fdrster. (Music.) 
James (C. H.), Philadelphia: 

Court (The) of honor, Philadelphia 
peace jubilee. (Photographs.) 
Jarrold (Ernest), U. S. : 

.Jarrold (Ernest). Mulcahy's resur- 
rection. (Books: 3.) 
Jenkins' (J. W.) sons music co., Kansas 
City : 

"Doc" Brown's cake walk. Chas. L. 
Johnson. (Music.) 

"Love (A) token." Chas. L. John- 
son. (Music.) 

Thelma waltzes. Chas. L. Johnson. 
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Jewish pub. society of America, Phila- 
delphia: 

Abraham (Israel). Chapters on Jew- 
ish literature. (Boohs: 1.) 
Johnston (Miss F. B.), Washington: 

Fuller (Justice Melville Weston.) 
(Photographs.) 
Jones (Edward A.), Boston: 

Resident and business directory of 
Dedkam and Westwood, Mass. 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Jones (Irvin Howard), Chicago: 

University (The) march and two-step. 
Irvin Howard Jones. (Music.) 
Judge (James L.), Chicago: 

Milk (A) peddler's mishap. (Books: 
2.) 
Jung (P. L.), New York : 

Jesus, lover of my soul. Eduardo 
Marzo. (Music.) 

Menuette. Hubert De Blanck. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Kehr (Cyrus), Lakeside, 111. : 

Knife and scissors school. (Books: 
3.) 

Portfolio (A). (Books: 3.) 
Kellogg (E.L.) & co., New York: 

Shaw (Edward Richard), Three 
studies in education. (Books: 1.^ 
Kelly (J. M.), Pittsburg : 

Coke works of the Connellsville coke 
region. (Maps and charts.) 
Kent (James Tyler), Philadelphia: 

Kent (J. T.). Extremities. (Books: 
1.) 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 

Between friends. (Eugravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Complimentary. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Coons (The) they used to catch. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Doubtful (A) question. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Efficacious. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints ) 

Fifty million aliens, (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

His definition. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

In it with both feet. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Ne plus ultra. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Not too fastidious. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Pertinent (A) inquiry. (Eugrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Postponement (A). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Ready for business. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Remarks. (Eugravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York: 
Reproof (A). (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Revenge at the end. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Safest (The) course. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Shooting the rapids. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Smashed. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Substitute (A). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints. ) 

Sympathy. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Their private opinion. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Worth seeing. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Kernodle (P. J.), Richmond, Va. : 

Kernodle (P. J.) Practical and com- 
mercial arithmetic for high schools and 
commercial colleges. (Books: 1.) 
Key (William C), Nevada, Mo.: 

[Key, W. C, comp.] Overruled, re- 
versed, and criticised cases in the Mis- 
souri supreme and appellate courts. 
(Books 1.) 
Kimball (H.E.),U. S. : 

Holiday quickstep. H. E. Kimball. 
(Music.)" 
Kimball (Henry W.), Providence, R. I. : 
Li Romondo. Henry Warner Kim- 
ball. (Music.) 
Kirschner (H. W.), St. Louis: 

Louisiana purchase centennial cele- 
bration triumphal arch. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Klein and Guttenstein, Milwaukee, Wis. : 
Fitzsimmons (Robert). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Knapp (Joseph P.), New York: 

Good (A) day's sport. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Knapi> (M. W.), Cincinnati: 

Hills (A. M.) Food for lambs; or, 
Leading children to Christ. (Books: 1.) 
Kraemer (A. O. and G. A.), Cincinnati: 
Kraemer's picturesque Cincinnati. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lammers (P.J.) Baltimore: 

Dreams of home. N. Cooper; D. M. 
H. May. (Music.) 

Fisher's hornpipe. D. M. H. May. 
(Music.) 

Serenade. Schubert. D. M. H. May. 
(Music.) 
Lane & Jones, Springfield, Mass. : 

Back to my old Vermont homestead. 
Harry H. Lane ; V. M. Jones. (Music. ) 
Langmaid (F. W. S.) Philadelphia. 

Fetterolf (George). Two thousand 
questions on practical a n a t o in v . 
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Lamed (Charles Henry), Santa Cruz, 
Cal. : 

Earned (C. H.) State admission day 
celebration greeting. (Books: 3.) 
Lathrop (Francis), New York: 

Angel playing harp. (Fine arts.) 
Group of tine draped figures. (Fine 
arts.) 
Group of four youths blowing trum- 
pets, etc. (Fine arts.) 

Head of a man. (Fine arts.) 
Head of a woman. (Fine arts.) 
Portrait of a lady, face turned three- 
quarters to the right of spectator, bon- 
net on head. (Fine arts.) 

Two winged, figures facing each other, 
etc. (Fine arts.) 

Winged angel with hands joined in 
attitude of adoration, etc. (Fine arts. ) 
Lea bros. &. co., Philadelphia: 

Jackson (George Thomas). The 
ready-reference handbook of diseases 
of the skin. (Books: 1.) 
Lederer (George W.), New York: 

In gay Paree! at the New York ca- 
sino. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Eeduc (Alphonse), Paris: 

Joyeux-reveil. A. Adam - Laussel. 
(Music.) 

Petit guignol. Marius Carman. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Source (La). A. Adam-Laussel. 
(Music.) 

Tendres souhaits. A. Adam-Laussel. 
(Music.) 
Lee ( Wm. H. ), Chicago : 

Roe (Edward Thomas). The modern 
Webster pronouncing and denning dic- 
tionary of the English language. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lemmert (John R.), Baltimore: 

u How to dress." (Books: 2.) 
Lemon (Edward R.). Sudbury, Mass. : 
Parlor (The) of the Wayside Inn, 
Sudbury, Mass. (Photographs.) 
Lengnick (Alfred), London: 

Concert rondo. L. Maurer. (Music.) 
Leonard (D. J.), Lawrence, Mass. : 

Asperges. D. J. Leonard. (Music.) 
Lewis (T. H.), St. Paul: 

Hill (Alfred J.) History of company 
E, of the sixth Minnesota regiment of 
volunteer infantry. (Books: 1.) 
Lewis publishing co.. Chicago: 

Palmer (John McCauley). The bench 
and bar of Illinois. (Books: 1.) 
Life pub. co., New York: 

Timid (The) lover. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Lincoln (James Minor). New York: 

Lincoln (.James Minor). The Lincoln 
familv and branches of Wareham, Mass. 
(Books: 1.) 
Lippincott (Oliver), Los Angeles, Cal. : 
Arizona cliff dwellers. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Lippincott (Oliver), Los Angeles, Cal. : 

Buttes of the canyon, Grand canyon 
of the Colorado, Arizona. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

River (The), Grand canyon of the 
Colorado, Arizona. (Photographs.) 

Sun shadows, Grand canyou of the 
Colorado, Arizona. (Photographs.) 
Lippincott (J. B.) co.. Philadelphia: 

Bloomingdale (Charles jr.) Mr., 
Miss, ami Mrs. (Books: 1.) 
Little, Brown &. co., Boston: 

Hale ( Edward Everett) . In His name 
and Christmas stories. (Books: 1.) 
Littleton view co., Littleton, N. H. : 

My old wife and I. (Photographs.) 

My sweetheart's the man in the 
moon. (Photographs.) 

On the moon's bright crescent I sail. 
(Photographs.) 
Lohr (Theodor), New York : 

She was happv till she met you. 
M. H. Rosenfeld;*Geo. Lechler. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Long (Elias A.), Buffalo: 

Long (E. A.) What is a seed? 
(Books: 2.) 
Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

Behold! He cometh. H. Suso; H. W. 
Porter. (Music.) 

Behold! there was a great earth- 
quake. H.W.Porter. (Music.) 

Christ being raised. H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

Dawn (The") is now breaking. M. E. 
Shorey; H.W.Porter. (Music.) 

Glorious (The) name. H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

Now is Christ risen. H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

Resurrection (The). H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

Sharing His sorrows. H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

Thirst (The) of God. H. Suso; H. W. 
Porter. (Music.) 

Walk (The) to the sepulchre. M. E. 
Shorey; H.W.Porter. (Music.) 

We trusted, He to victory. II. AY. 
Porter. (Music.) 

With the rosy light. M. E. Shorey; 
H.W.Porter. (Music.) 
Lubin (S.), Philadelphia: 

Battle of San Juan hill. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Sharkey-McCoy fight reproduced in 
10 rounds. (Photouraphs.j 
M' Arthur (Peter), U.S.: 

M Arthur (Peter). The professor's 
present. (Books: 3.) 
McClnre (S. S.) co., New York : 

Conrad (Joseph). The heart of dark- 
ness. (Books: 3.) 
McCulloch (Catherine Waugh), Chicago: 

McCulloch (C. W.) Mr. Lex; or, The 
legal status of mother and child. 
(Books: 1.) 



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MacDonald (George), Great Britain: 
MacDonald (G.) Far above rubies. 
(Books: 1.) 
McFarlane (John), Duluth, Minn. : 

Ready reckoner for lengths and bev- 
els of rafters. (Books: 2.) 
McGahan (F. W.), Chicago: 

Dat coon done spend my money on a 
crap game. Sol Stone. (Music.) 
McKay (David), Philadelphia: 

Roper (Stephen). Engineer's handy 
book. (Books: 1.) 
McLaren (James H.), Princeton, 111. : 

McLaren (J. H.) Calvin Paxton's 
Patmos. (Books: 1.) 
McManus (Miss Blanche), New York: 

Kipling (Rudyard). The betrothed. 
(Books: 1.) 
Macmillan co., New York : 

Addison [Joseph]. Sir Roger de 
Coverley. (Books: 1.) 

Bradford (Gamaliel). The lesson of 
popular government. (Books: 1.) 

Brown (Mary Willcox). The devel- 
opment of thrift. (Books: 1.) 

Eraser (Mrs. Hugh). Letters from 
Japan. (Books: 1.) 

Triumph (The) of the Philistines. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 

Veblen (Thorstein B.) The theory 
of the leisure class. (Books: 1.) 
McMillin (H. E.), Cleveland: 

Colored waiters. C. H. Yahrling. 
(Music.) 

Pride of Hoboken. J. A. Fourrier; 
F. H. Losey. (Music.) 

Silver crescent. March. Bert L. 
Billings; F. H. Losey. (Music ) 
Martin (David), sec. of the common- 
wealth for the State of Pennsylvania, 
Harrisburg: 

Pennsvlvania superior court reports. 
v.8. (Books: 1.) 
Mason (William P.), Troy, N. Y. : 

Mason (W. P.) Examination of wa- 
ter. (Books: 1.) 
Maynard (Samuel i\), Amherst, Mass. : 
Maynard (Samuel T.) Landscape 
gardening as applied to home decora- 
tion. (Books: 1.) 
Meek (Henry M.). Salem, Mass. : 

Everett' (The) director v. 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Merchants' pub. co., San Francisco: 

Pacific coast business directory for 
1899. (Books: I.) 
Merniod-freres, Ste. Croix, Switzerland: 
Belle (The) of New York. "She is 
the belle of New York." G. Kerker. 
(Music.) 

Belle (The) of New. York. "They 
all follow me.'' G. Kerker. (Music.) 

Break the news to mother. C. K. 
Harris. (Music.) 

British (The) grenadiers. (Music.) 
Harmonious (The) blacksmith. G. 
F. Handel. (Music.) 



Merniod-freres, Ste. Croix, Switzerland : 
Phroso. Waltzes. W. Furst. (Mu- 
sic. ) 

Say " an re voir," but not good-bye 
H. Kennedy. (Music.) 

Serenade (The). Don Jose of Sevilla. 
PiflPif! Songs. V.Herbert. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Silver Lake. Varsoviana. Mont- 
gomery. (Music.) 

Whistling Rufus. Henry Mills. 
(Music.) 
Mershon co.,New York: 

Bonehill (Ralph). When Santiago 
fell. (Books: 1.) 
Meyer (Moritz), St. Louis: 

Meyer (Moritz). Facts about com- 
mon diseases. (Books: 1.) 
Mikalowitch (Nicolai), Chicago: 

Michels (Nicholas). TheGodhood of 
man. (Books: 1.) 
Mills (Glen V.), Ann Arbor, Mich. : 

Mills' (Glen V.) Ann Arbor, Ypsi- 
lanti directory, 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Minturu (Joseph A.), Indianapolis: 

Minturn (J. A. ) Fifty thinks, simple 
but profitable. (Books: 2.) 
Moliueux (Geo.), New York: 

Jewel caprice. H. Cadmus. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Little gem waltz. H.Cadmus. (Mu- 
sic.) 

O Lord, thy will be doue. John P. 
Newell. (Music.) 

Sparkle mazurka. H. Cadmus. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Monitor vapor engine and power co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich: 
Monitor night-signal code. (Books: 
1 2.) 
| Moore (Alfred), Chicago: 

Moore (A.) How to speculate. 
(Books: 1.) 
Morris (Joseph), Philadelphia: 

Dance violetta. M. L. Morris. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Darkeys' (The) home, sweet home. 
Chas. E.Baer. (Music.) 
| Morrison ( W. M.), Chicago : 

De Wolfe (Louise). (Photographs.) 
McGill (Fannie). (Photographs.) 
I Morse (Sion A.), Corning, N. Y. : 

Morse (S. A. ) Outline of Bible stud- 
ies for probationers' classes of the 
Methodist Episcopal church. (Books : 
2.) 
J Moser (James Henry), Washington: 

Department (A) of public works and 
monument to American progress. (Fine 
arts. ) 
Mullins (E. S.),U. S. : 

Child of the sun. E. S. Mullins; E. 
B. Mullins. (Music.) 
NaehtigalL (E. W.), New York: 

New York by name New Amsterdam, 
1661; Greater New York, 1898, etc. 
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Naegeli (Albert), New York: 

Nesbitt (Miriam). (Photographs.) 
National correspondence institute, Wash- 
ington : 

Evidence. (Books: 2.) 

First instructions. (Books: 2.) 
National equipment co., New York: 

Roosevelt (Theodore) for governor. 
(Chromes and lithographs.) 
Neely (F. Tennyson), New York: 

Brockett (Thomas). The Pierponts 
of Sachem's park. (Books: 1.) 

Daggett (Mrs. Charles Stewart). The 
broad aisle. (Books: 1.) 

Hagarty (John J.) A fight for the 
green and gold; or, Gerald Desmond. 
(Books: 1.) 

Pratt (Agnes L. ) Oakwood. (Books : 
1.) 

Sparhawk (Frances Campbell). 
Fettered. (Books: 1.) 
New Orleans coffee co., ltd., New Orleans : 

Is there any left? (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
New York journal and advertiser, New 
York : 

Alone — an American woman crosses 
wild Thibet. (Books: 3.) 

Correct solution of the Journal's puz- 
zle of the Chinese tangrams. (Books: 
3.) 

Curious facts about Croker's $16,000 
dinner for 1,600 people. (Books: 3.) 

Curious facts about the Vanderbilt- 
Whituey baby. (Books: 3.) 

Dead (A) man brought back to life. 
(Books: 3.) 

"Dodo." Mrs. Herbert Asquitk, wife 
of the ex-cabinet minister, and the 
heroine of the famous book called 
"Dodo." (Books: 3.) 

How a feeble, delicate woman built 
herself up to health and strength. 
(Books: 3.) 

Journal's (The) great puzzle of the 
photographs. (Books: 3.) 

Just how we are taking up our share 
of "the white man's burden." (Books: 
3.) 

Little Miss Astor of England to be 
presented at the Queen's next drawing- 
room. (Books: 3.) 

Miracle (A) of modern surgery. 
(Books: 3.) 

New Easter gowns of the seven fash- 
• ion leaders of the "400." (Books: 3.) 

Oceanic (The) bigger than the 
Waldorf-Astoria. (Books: 3.) 

Our little duchess bargaining with 
the Prince of Wales to buy Marlbor- 
ough house. (Books: 3.) 

Pretty school ma'am, love-sick school- 
boy, and Uncle Edward. (Books: 3.) 

Some very curious facts about rattle- 
snakes. (Books: 3.) 

Sudden (A) epidemic of poisoning 
since the Mrs. Botkin case. (Books : 3.) 



New York journal and advertiser, New 
York: 

What will the "100" do when the 
naughty Princess of Coburg comes to 
New York? (Books: 3.) 

Why educated men commit hideous 
crimes. (Books: 3.) 

Woman (The) in the case. (Books: 
3.) 

Worse than earthquakes hurled by 
this new gun of Uncle Sam's. (Books: 
3.) 
Noel (A.), Paris: 

Romance. Louis Hasselmans. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Novello & co., ltd., London: 

Ode to the passions. Frederic II. 
Cowen. (Music.) 
Novello, Ewer & co., New York : 

Lord (The) is risen. Clement R. 
Gale. (Music.) 

Lord (The) shall comfort Zion. 
Smith N. Pentiekl. (Music.) 
O'Bvrne (Miss Mary Ann), Watervliet, 
N^Y.: 

O'Byrne (M. A. ) poetical works, v. 5. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ogden (Mrs. W. A.), U.S. : 

Little Katie's first waltz. W. A. 
Ogden. (Music.) 

Wilt thou be my bride ? W. A. Og- 
den. (Music.) 
Olsson (J. F.) & co., Cambridge, Mass. : 
Bit (A) of Rome. (Photographs.) 
Where the waves break. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Paez (Carl) (D. Charton), Berlin: 

Concert, G moll. Fritz Kauffman. 
(Music.) 
Page gold mining co., Boston : 

Few (A) facts about Cripple Creek. 
(Books: 2.) 
Paine (F. M.), Boston: 

Waverly two-step. Francis M. Paine. 
(Music.) 
Parsons (Albert Ross), New York : 

Royal (The) road. A. R. Parsons. 
(Music.) 
Paterson & sons, Edinburgh, Scotland: 
Hush-a-ba birdie. Alice Chambers 
Bunten. (Music.) 

Omnia vincit amor. Alice Chambers 
Bunten. (Music.) 

Remember me at evening. Alice 
Bunten. (Music.) 
Peale (R. S.) and Hill (J. A.), New York: 
[Clare, Israel Smith.] Library of 
universal history. (Books: 1.) 

[Towne, Edward Cornelius.] Index 
guide to library of the world's best 
literature, ancient and modern. 
(Books: 1.) 
Phillips (Isaac Newton), Blooinington, 
111.: 

Illinois supreme court reports. 
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Poland (William), St. Louis : 

• Poland (W.) The kingdom of Italy 
and the sovereignty of Rome. (Books : 
1.) 
Polk (R. L.) & co., Detroit : 

Memphis, Tenn. (R. L. Polk & co.'s 
map of). (Maps and charts.) 

Muskegon city and county directory, 
1899-1900. (Books: 1.) 

Polk, R. L., & co. R. L. Polk & co.'s 
Saginaw directory, 1898-1899. ( Books : 

1.) 
Pond (Wm, A.) & co., New York: 

Anita. Chevalier Enrico Galgiulo. 
(Music.) 

Hunter's return. Chevalier Enrico 
Galgiulo. (Music.) 

Queen of the night. Chevalier En- 
rico Galgiulo. (Music.) 
Pott (James) and co., New York; 

Come, ye disconsolate. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Hope. (Photographs.) 
Potter (Isaac B.), New York. 

Potter (I. B.). How to form a con- 
sulate; or, Local organization within 
the league of American wheelmen. 
(Books :""2.) 
Preservaline mfg. co., New York : 

Preservaline. (Books: 2.) 
Price and Lee co., New Haven, Conn. : 
Bristol, Plainville, and Terryville 
directory. 1899. (Books: 1.) 
Ralston (J. C), Spokane, Wash. : 

Camp Mc Kinney, Yale mining dis- 
trict, British Columbia. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Cincinnati Commercial tribune un- 
rivaled atlas of the world. (Books: 1.) 
Pittsburg (The) dispatch universal 
atlas of the world. (Books: 1.) 
Raush (Carrie H.), Ream's Canyon, Ariz. : 
Ke-Wa-Nie; by C. H. Raush. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Remington (Frederic), New Rochelle, 
N. Y. : 

Charge (The) of the Rough Riders. 
(Fine arts.) 
Revell (Fleming H.) co., Chicago: 

Hillis (Newell D wight). The ideal 
manhood and the love that perfects 
the higher life. (Books: 3.) 

Speer (Robert E.) A frank talk 
about gambling and betting. (Books : 
2.) 
Ricordi (G.) & co., Milan, Italy: 

''Toujours vous." V. Monti. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Ries & Erler, Berlin: 

Mazurka. Paul Th. Miersch. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Ritter (Peter), Cleveland : 

Eile, Gott! Hermann Fritzsche. 
(Music.) 



Robinson (Mrs. Mary J.), Philadelphia: 
Natural (The) art system of dress- 
making. (Books: 2.) 
Rose (Ye) studio, Providence : 

Wallace-Hopper (Edna). (Photo- 
graphs. ) 
Ross (L.L.), U.S.: 

Halloo, Johnny, and halloo, Y x ank. 
L.L.Ross. (Music.) 

Strew fresh liowerso'er their graves. 
L.L.Ross. (Music.) 
Rossiter (Will), Chicago: 

Come back to Erin's, the song I love 
the best; or, The song my mother used 
to sing. W. R. Williams. (Music.) 
Rost (H. A.) printing and pub. co., New 
York : 

Bock beer. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Village street in Brittany. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Royal (Matthew J.), Thorold, Canada: 
Royal (M. J.) The isle of the virgins. 
(Books: 1.) 
Ryan (Lawrence F.),New Y r ork: 

Kesseler (Rev. Anthony). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Sampson, Murdock & co., Boston : 

Taunton directory, 1899. no. 29. 
(Books: 1.) 
Sanborn (J. B.) co., Chicago: 

Coal dealers' "blue book." (Books: 
1.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co.,ltd., N<*w Y r ork: 
Ashland. Ohio. (Maps and charts.) 
Bellwood, Pa. (Maps and charts.) 
Bridgewater, S. Dak. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Corning. Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Frankfort, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Metamora. Ind. (Maps and charts.) 
New Berlin, N . Y. (Maps and charts. ) 
Onawa, Iowa. (Maps and charts.) 
Queens (Borough of), city of New 
Y T ork. (Maps and charts.) 

Redland, Ind. Ter. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Roaring Spring, Pa. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Rockford, Wash. (M a p s and 
charts. ) 

Rosalia, Wash. (Maps and charts.) 
Stillwell, Ind. Ter. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Traverse City, Mich. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Vian, Ind. T. (Maps and charts.) 
Webber Falls, Ind. T. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Westboro, Mass. (Maps and charts. ) 
Whitefield, Ind. T. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Sangster (Reiia N.). Buffalo, N. Y r . : 

Fighting (The) 13th. Rena N. 
Sangster. (Music.) 



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Scales (John C), Chicago: 

Future (A) harbor system of Chicago. 
(Maps and charts.) 

Schaefer (Conrad Bryant), Chicago: 

[Von Osdel, John M.] A quarter 
century of Chicago architecture. 
(Books: 1.) 

Sckirnier (G.), New York : 

Amacligi. G. F. Handel ; Rob. Franz ; 
Isabella G. Parker, nos. 51-54. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Amadis. Giovanni B. Lully; Max 
Spicker; Isabella G. Parker, no. 55. 
(Music.) 

Amant (L') jaloux. A. E. M. Gretry ; 

F. A. Gevaert; Isabella G. Parker, 
no. 57. (Music.) 

Anacreon. A. E. M. Gretry ; Isabella 
G.Parker, nos. 59, 60. (Music.) 

Andronico. S. Mercadante; Isabella 
G.Parker, no. 61. (Music.) 

Anna Bolena. G. Donizetti ; Isabella 
G.Parker, no. 63-66. (Music.) 

Antigona. T. Traetta; Carl Bauck; 
Isabella G. Parker, no. 67. (Music.) 

Ariette. " Were I sunbeam, I would 
fly." Paul Vidal; Isabella G. Parker. 
(Music.) 

Ariodant. E. N. Mehul ; Isabella G. 
Parker, no. 69. (Music.) 

Armida. Niccolo Jomelli; Isabella 

G. Parker, no. 70. (Music.) 
Armide. C. W. von Gluck; F. A. 

Gevaert; Isabella G. Parker, nos. 
71-75. (Music.) 

Aroldo. G. Verdi; Isabella G. Par- 
ker, no. 76. (Music.) 

Artaserse. Adolfo Hasse; Isabella 
G.Parker, no. 78. (Music.) 

L. da Vinci ; F. A. Gevaert; Isa- 
bella G. Parker, nos. 79, 80. (Music.) 

Luigi Cherubini; Max Spicker; 

Isabella G. Parker, no. 77. (Music.) 

As it began to dawn. George C. 
Martin; H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Astarto. Giovanni Buouoncini; Isa- 
bella G.Parker; F. A. Gevaert. nos. 
81 and 82. (Music.) 

Attila. G. Verdi ; Isabella G. Parker, 
nos. 83-88. (Music.) 

Atys. Nicola Piccini; F. A. Gevaert; 
Isabella G. Parker, nos. 89 and 90. 
(Music.) 

Awake, thou that sleepest. F. C. 
Maker; H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Esclare (L'). The bondmaid. 
EdouardLalo; Th. Baker. (Music.) 

From Egypt's bondage come. Ar- 
thur Page ; H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Hail to the risen Lord. A. R. Gaul; 
Thomas G. Shepard. (Music.) 

lam He that liveth. Oliver King; 
H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

I have set God alwavs before me. 
Wm. Smallwood ; H. W. Nicholl. (Mu- 
sic.) 



Schirmer (G.), New York : 

I will sing of Thv power. Arthur 
Sullivan; H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

In dreamland. Waltzes. R. De 
Koveu ; Enrico Gargiulo. (Music.) 

Last (The) hope. L. M. Gottschalk; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Lord (The) hear thee. C. S. Jekyll ; 
H. W. Nicholl. (Music.) 

Minuet. J. Haydn; E. Gargiulo. 
(Music.) 

Morgenstimmung. Edvard Grieg; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

O, give thanks unto the Lord. 
Michael Watson ; H. W. Nicholl. (Mu- 
sic.) 

O God of God! O light of light. 
Will C. Macfarlane. (Music.) 

Petite (La) capricieuse. Polka. U. 
Kramer; E. Gargiulo. (Music.) 

Saviour, again to Thv dear name. 
Kate Llewellyn; H. W. Nicholl. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Serenade. M. Moszkowski; Enrico 
Gargiulo. (Music.) 

Shepard's anthem book. Thomas G. 
Shepard. (Music— book.) 

Shepherd (The) boy. G. D. Wilson; 
Louis Oesterle. (Music.) 

Suzette et Suzon. C. Saint-Sae'ns; 
Geo. C. Gow. (Music.) 

Te souvient-il? Augusta Holmes; 
Isabella G. Parker. (Music.) 

Valse espagnole. R. De Koven; E. 
Gargiulo. (Music.) 

We would see Jesus. Willis Howard 
Ailing. (Music.) 
Schloss (Jacob), New York: 

Earl (Vashti). (Photographs.) 
Schmidt (Ambrose M. ), Pittsburg: 

Sealed unto Christ. (Hooks: 2.) 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

At night. Reinhold L. Herman. 
(Music) 

Barcarole. A. Rubinstein. (Music.) 

Not unto us, O Lord. Reinhold L. 
Herman. (Music.) 

Serenata. M. Moszkowski. (Music.) 
Schoenfeld (Hermann), Washington : 

Hanke (Leopold von) Kaiserwahl 
Karl's V. (Books: 1.) 
Schram brothers, Chicago: 

If a body kiss a body need a body 
cry ? f Photographs. ) 

If a body meet a body coming thro' 
the rye. (Photographs.) 
Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Bel Held (Henry H.) and Brooks 
(Sarah C.) Rational elementary arith- 
metic. (Books: 1.) 
Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

Honey (Frederic R.) First lessons 
in linear perspective. (Books: 1.) 

Hornung (Ernest William). The 
amateur cracksman. (Books: 1.) 

Milev (John David). In Cuba with 
Shatter. (Books: 1.) 



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Senarens (Lu), Brooklyn: 

Old (The) fashioned homestead. Lu 
Senarens. (Music.) 
Shade (Walter B.), Decatur, 111. : 

Waltz motorial. Walter B. Shade. 
(Music.) 
Shaeffer (Aiding), Chicago: 

Banjo aiu de music. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Banjo rag time. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Berlin mazurka. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Carnival of Venice. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Catherine schottische. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Dark-town schottische. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Darling Cloe schottische. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Hide and seek schottische. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Intermezzo. (Cavalleria rusticana.) 
Ariing Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Irish washerwoman. Ariing Shaef- 
fer. (Music.) 

Listen to the mocking bird. Aiding 
Shaeffer. (Music) 

Massa's in the cold, cold ground. S. 
G.Foster; Ariing Shaeffer. (Music.) 

May-queen march. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music. ) 

Mine forever polka. Aiding Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Miserere. Ariing Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Mrs. McLeod's reel. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

My old Kentucky home, good night. 
Stephen C. Foster; Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Old folks at home. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Roses in bloom schottische. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

She's my sweetheart just the same. 
Ariing Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Swanee river jig. Ariing Shaeffer. 
(Music.) 

Sweet bonnie quadrille. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Sweet magnolia schottische. Ariing 
Shaeffer. (Music.) 

Wearing of the green. Ariing Shaef- 
fer. (Music.) 
Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. (Books: 2.) 
Shepperson (Mary), Brooklyn: 

[Murray, Rev. Andrew.] Andrew 
Murray year-book. (Books: 1.) 
Shields (J. S.) and co., New York: 

Our only drummer. (Photographs.) 
Shipman (B. J.), St. Paul: 

Melancholy (The) days. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Silver, Burdett & co., Boston: 

Allegretto. J. A. Andre; Kate S. 
Chittenden. (Music.) 

Arabesque. S. Heller; Kate S. Chit- 
tenden. (Music.) 

Autumn. C.Stamaty; Kate S. Chit- 
tenden. (Music.) 

Dove (The). C. Reinecke; Kate S. 
Chittenden. (Music.) 

Elegy. Diabelli ; Kate S. Chitten- 
den. (Music.) 

Etude. H. Ravina; Kate S. Chit- 
tenden. (Music.) 

Fanfare. C.Stamaty; Kate S.Chit- 
tenden. (Music.) 

In a hammock. Kate S. Chittenden. 
(Music.) 

Minuette. J. Pleyel; Kate S. Chit- 
tenden. (Music.) 

Northern song. R. Schumann; Kate 
S, Chittenden. (Music.) 

On the playground. C. Reinecke; 
Kate S. Chittenden. (Music.) 

Penseroso (II). Stephen Heller; 
Kate S. Chittenden. (Music. ) 

Picture (A) of the Orient. Stephen 
Heller; Kate S. Chittenden. (Music.) 

Reminiscence (A). Th. Dohler; Kate 
S.Chittenden. (Music.) 

Romance. J.Rummell; Kate S. Chit- 
tenden. (Music.) 

Scherzo. Cornelius Gurlitt; Kate 
S.Chittenden. (Music.) 

Singing (A) lesson. C. Stamaty; 
Kate S. Chittenden. (Music.) 

Slow waltz. C. Stamaty; Kate S. 
Chittenden. (Music.) 

Song of the fatherland. E. Grieg; 
Kate S. Chittenden. (Music.) 

Stars (The). Kate S. Chittenden. 
(Music.) 

Trumpet duet. C. Stamaty; Kate 
S.Chittenden. (Music.) 

Violincello (The). C. Stamaty; Kate 
S.Chittenden. (Music.) 

Woodpecker (The). C. Czerny ; Kate 
S.Chittenden. (Music.) 

Y^es, or no. C. Stamaty; Kate S. 
Chittenden. (Music) 

Smiley (Charles W.), Washington: 

Caskadananda (Anagaraka). Method 
of healing with or without drugs. 
(Books: 2.) 

Smith (A. Bird), Niles, Ohio: 

Slaughter (The) house. Harry G. 
Simmons. (Music.) 

Smith (Frnest), Baltimore: 

Smith (Andrew). A hay-seed loco- 
motive engineer's homeopathic. 
(Books: 1.) 

Smith (George Tottcn) and Doran 
(Marie), New York: 

Outlaw (The); or, The maid and 
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Smith (S. E.) & bro., St. Paul: 

Smith (S. E.) & hro. Illustrated 
catalogue of new designs of stair 
builders' goods, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Smith & White co., Cleveland: 

Cabinet (The). A choice collection 
of music arranged for piano or organ. 
(Music.) 
Social register association, New York: 
Social register. Feb., 1899. (Books: 

1.) 
Sommerville (Maxwell), Philadelphia: 
Alaska. (Maps and charts.) 
Oklahoma. (Maps and charts.) 
Spaulding (C. O.), Pittsfield, Vt. : 

Hearts with the dawn doth break. 
Walter E. Burney; P. H. Brehmer. 
(Music.) 
Spaulding (George L.), New York: 

In an old New England village by 
the sea. G. L. Spaulding. (Music.) 
Springer (Charles H.), Providence, R. I. : 

Against fate. (Fine arts.) 
Standard fashion co., New York : 

Colored fashion plate. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Stearns (D M.), U.S.: 

Sunday (The) school. (Books: 3.) 
Sterling (Susan A.), Madison, Wis. : 

Walther (Johannes). Allgemeine 
Meereskunde. (Books: 1.) 
Stockdale (J.S.), U.S.: 

Stockdale (J. S.) Parody on "The 
banks of the Wabash." (Books: 2.) 
Stokes (Frederick A.) co., New York: 
Morette (Edgar). The Sturgis 
wager. (Books: 1.) 
Stone (Herbert S.) & co., Chicago: 

Magruder (Julia). A heaven-kissing 
hill. (Books: 1.) 
Street & Smith, New York: 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 125. (Books: 
2.) 

Lounsberry (Lionel). Cadet Kit 
Carey ; or. The young soldier's legacy. 
(Books: 1.) 

Nick Carter weekly. no. 114. 
(Books: 2.) 
Tiptop weekly, no. 151. (Books: 2.) 
Streetman (Willard), Cleburne, Tex.: 
Streetman ( W. ) The Streetmau proc- 
ess of casting aluminum plates. 
(Books: 2.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati : 
Damann family. (Chromos and lith- 
ographs.) 

Figure and lettering. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Going on. (Chromos and litho- 
graps.) 

Pay day. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Stand. (Chromos and lithographs.) 
Strong (Howard Marcus), U. S. : 

Strong (H. M.) For her name's sake. 
(Books: 3.) 



! Sullivan (C. H., jr.), and Morrison (Jas. 
T.), Philadelphia: 

Mother's (A) answered prayer. Jas. 
T.Morrison; Jas. H.Dixon. (Music.) 
Sunday school board, southern Baptist 
conv., Nashville, Tenn. : 

Osborn (A. C.) The Mormon doctrine 
of God and heaven. (Books: 1.) 
Swisher (M. D.), Philadelphia: 

Among the hills of Maryland. R. M. 
Stults. (Music.) 
Taber-Prang art co., Springfield, Mass. : 
Little (The) musician. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Tait (Asa 0.), Oakland, Cal. : 

Tait (Asa O.) Heralds of the morn- 
ing. (Books: 1.) 
Taussig (E.) & co., New York: 

Preventive (The) treatment for par- 
asitic and germ diseases of sheep and 
cattle. (Books: 2.) 
Tenney (Julia C), Orange, Mass. : 

Star-crowned (The) cross. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Terhune (E. H.), Rutherford, N. J. : 

Terhune (E. H.) Expansion. 
(Books: 2.) 
Thompson (C. W. ) & co., Boston : 

Turn Thee, O Lord. Lewis S. Thomp- 
son. (Music.) 
Thorington (James), U. S. : 

Thorington (J.) Retinoscopy. 
(Books: 1.) 
Thuma (Frank T.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Surrexit. M. Ada McTighe; Frank 
T. Thuma. (Music.) 
Tolman (Herbert Cushing) and Steven- 
son (James Henry), Nashville, Tenn. : 

Tolman (Herbert dishing) and Ste- 
venson (James Henry). Herodotus 
and the empires of the east. (Books: 

1.) 
Tonnesen (Beatrice), Chicago: 

Vestal virgin. (Photographs.) 
Tooth (Arthur) & sons, New York: 

Hero. (Fine arts.) 
Tousey (Frank), New York : 

Secret service, no. 6. (Books: 2.) 
| Town topics pub. co., New York : 

Winter (Louise). Half a wife. 
(Books: 1.) 
i Turner (Edward F.), Yonkers, N. Y. : 

Turner's Winston and Salem city di- 
rectory for the year 1899-1900. (Books : 
1.) 
Underwood & Underwood, New York : 
Competitors' entrance to the Stadion 
Olympia. (Photographs.) 

Farnese (The) bull, Grand national 

museum, Naples, Italy. (Photographs.) 

Monte Carlo's capital, Monaco, [sic] 

in the smallest principality on earth. 

(Photographs.) 

Union Pacific tea co., New York: 

Easter opening. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 



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Union pub. co., Boston: 

Worcester (The) county register for 
1899-1900. (Books: 1.) 
United society of christian endeavor, 
Boston : 
Temperance exercise,no. 6. (Books: 2.) 
United States printing co., Cincinnati : 
Hoyt portrait. (Cliromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Sketch team. (Chronios and litho- 
graphs.) 

Solomon's (King) royal magnificence 
devised for the entertainment of the 
Queen of Sheba. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
United States standard steamship own- 
er's, builder's, and underwriters' ass'n, 
ltd., New York: 

United States (The) standard register 
of shipping: 1899-1900. (Books: 1.) 
Vernal remedy co., Buffalo: 

Valuable lessons simply taught. 
(Books: 2.) 

Vernal saw palmetto berry wine 
(Books: 2.) 
Walker (John Brisben) Irvington, N. Y. : 

Humor page. (Books: 3.) 
Walker (George H.) & co., Boston: 

Dedham and West wood, Mass. (Maps 
and charts.) 

Plan of Newton, sewerage areas; 
sewers built to date. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Plan of Newton, showing street rail- 
way locations. (Maps and charts.) 

Plan of Newton, showing water- 
pipes, etc. (Maps and charts.) 
Warner (J. H.), Marlboro, Mass. : 

Whip-poor-will lullaby. Bertha L. 
Hamlin. (Music.) 
Webb (James Avery), St. Louis: 

Webb (J. A.) A treatise of the law 
of usury. (Books: 1.) 
Webb (Walter Loring), Philadelphia: 
Webb (W. L.) J J roblems in the use 
and adjustment of engineering instru- 
ments. (Books: 1.) 
Weber, Fields & Stromberg, New York : 
Mother. Howard Wall; Samuel H. j 
Speck. (Music.) 
Webster (F. S.) co., Boston : 

Some complaints in regard to unsat- 
isfactorv ribbons to which we plead 
"not guilty." (Books: 2.) 
Weeden ( W. S.), New York : 

Eternity is near. J. AV. Van De Ven- 
ter ; W. S. Weeden. (Music.) 

Everything for Jesus. Flora Kirk- 
land; W. T. Southerton. (Music.) 

Heart yearnings. R. 0. Smith; W. 
S. Weeden. (Music.) 

I would know thee. Alfred A. Holt; 
W. S. Weeden. (Music.) 

Jesus all the way. Flora Kirkland; 
W. S. Weeden. (Music.) 

Memory. R. O. Smith ; W. S. Weeden. 
(Music.)' 



Weeden (W. S.), New York: 

My times are in thy hand. Flora 
Kirkland; W. S. Weeden. (Music.) 
Werner co., Akron, Ohio : 

Brownlee (James Henry*). War- 
time echoes. (Books: 1.) 
West pub. co., St. Paul : 

American digest (Century edition of 
the), v. 7. (Books: 1.) 

Conflict (The) of law. (Books: 1.) 

Federal (The) reporter, v. 90. Per- 
manent ed. (Books: 1.) 

Principles of the law of brokers. 
(Books: 1.) 

Conditional sales and chattel 

mortgages. (Books: 1.) 

Damages. (Books: 1.) 

Interest and usury. (Books: 1.) 

Suretyship and guaranty. 

(Books: 1.) 

Statute (The) of limitations. 
(Books: 1.) 

United States. Supreme court. 
General orders and forms in bankruptcy 
made and promulgated by the supreme 
court of the United States. (Books: 

1.) 
Westbrook (Henry S.), Benton, Ark. : 

[Westbrook, H. S.] Burned at the 
stake. (Books: 1.) 
Wetherell (Caroline), U. S. : 

St. Patrick's day with the jobber- 
nowls. (Books: 3.) 
Whaley, Royce & co., Toronto, Canada: 
British (The) guards march. Charles 
A. E. Harriss. (Music.) 
Wheatley ( E. A. ), New York : 

Baccilli seborrhoeae capitis. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
White (D.L.), U. S. : 

Father, pray with me to-night. A. G. 
Chase; C. A. 'White. (Music.) 

Little snow-white blossoms. C. A. 
White; W. Gooch. (Music.) 

O birdie, you must never tell. Hope 
Arden; C.A.White. (Music.) 
White (Edward C.),New York: 

Power (The) of love. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Whiteson (lsadore), Chicago: 

Chicoongo. Arthur S. Shaw. (Mu- 
sic.) 

When mammy rocks her little one to 
sleep. A. Anderson; A. S. Shaw. (Mu- 
sic.) 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston: 
Blue (The) bells. T. E. della Rocca. 
(Music.) 

City (The) of the King. H. V. Neal ; 
C. W. Bennet. (Music.) 

Deus misereatur. C. C. Stearns. 
(Music.) 

Water lilies. Karl Linders. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Y\ hittaker & Ray co., San Francisco: 
Lee (M.) Percy; or, The four insep- 
arables. (Books: 1.) 



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Wickins & co., London: 

Changeless love. George Child; An- 
ton Strelezki. (Music.) 

Merry-go-round. Ed. Silva. (Music.) 

Never forget me. Ed. Silva. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Wilhelm (Rudolph), New York: 

Davis (Mrs. Jefferson). (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Hinsdale (Judge E. B.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Lawrence (Judge Abraham R.) 
(Photographs.) 
Williams (Mrs. James W.), Marshall, 
Minn. : 

Ladies (The) of St. Cecelia guild, 
Marshall, Minn., comp. Marshall la- 
dies' choicest and best. (Books: 1.) 
Williamson law book co., Rochester: 

United States district court for the 
northern district of New York. Rules 
in bankruptcy adopted by the United 
States district court for the northern 
district of New York, Jan. 2, 1899. 
(Books: 1.) 
Windsor music co., Chicago: 

We all grow old in time. Hans. S. 
Lino". (Music.) 
Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Because. Fred'k V. Bowers; Charles 
Shattuck. (Music.) 

Darling Mazie. Sweet heart, fond 
heart, true heart. Gil more and Leon- 
ard. (Music.) 

Dream of love. William H. Gardner; 
Frederic Solomon. (Music.) 

Drown it in the bowl. Chauncey 
Olcott; Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 

Flagship "Brooklyn." G. Savasta. 
(Music.) 

He who laughs last laughs best. F. 
M. Brand. (Music.) 

Honey dat I love so well. Harry 
Freeman; Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 

Honey, you'se ma lady love. Nat. 
Mann; Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 

I'm tired of dodging dat installment 
man. Deas and Wilson. (Music.) 

Imogene. Thomas E. Ffrench. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Just as the sun went down. Charles 
Shattuck. (Music.) 

Just one girl. Lyn Udall; Charles 
Shattuck. (Music.) 

Leader of de Company B. Dave 
Reed, jr. ; Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 



Witmark (M.) & sons, New Y^ork: 

Mammy's little pumpkin colored 
coons. Hillman and Perrin ; Charles 
Shattuck. (Music.) 

My wild Irish rose. Chauncey Olcott ; 
Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 

Olcott's lullaby. Chauncey Olcott; 
Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 

Place a light to guide me home. James 
B. Oliver; Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 

Sleep, my little picaninny, sleep. 
Perrin & Wise; Charles Shattuck. 
(Music.) 

Sue, Sue, since I met you. Hattie 
Starr. (Music.) 

Syndicate (The) march, by George 
Parry. (Music.) 

Tho' once we loved we're strangers 
now. Louis W. Pritzkow; Malle Little. 
(Music.) 

Witmark (The) collection of male 
quartettes. Charles Shattuck. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Witmark (The) coon medley. Charles 
Shattuck. (Music.) 

Zizzv ze zum zum. Lyn Udall; 
Charles Shattuck. (Music.) 
Wittenberg (Frank), Little Rock, Ark. : 

Interest tables atl, 1-|, U, If, 2, and2£ 
per cent, etc. (Books: 2.) 
Wolf & co., Philadelphia: 

Happy childhood. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Playful children. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Wood. (William) & co., New York: 

Buck (Albert Henry). First princi- 
ples of otology. (Books: 1.) 
Woodruff (Lily Sutherland), Janesville, 
Wis. : 

Elsa at the door. Lily Sutherland 
Woodruff. (Music.) 
Worthington (A. D.) & co., Hartford, 
Conn. : 

Humfreville (Jacob Lee). Twenty 
years among our savage Indians. 
(Books: 1.) 
Wright (F.E.), Philadelphia: 

Morris (Charles Smith) and others. 
The imperial reference library. 
(Books: 1.) 

The international library of refer- 
ence. (Books: 1.) 
Wurts bros., New York: 

Vanderbilt's (F. W.) residence at 
Hyde Park. (Photographs.) 



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ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
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Vol. 19, no. 3. 
Whole no. 407— April 20, 1899, 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 161 

(2) Miscellaneous 163 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine arti- 

cles 167 

II. Dramatic Compositions 173 

III. Periodicals 173 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions of Music 176 

V. Maps and Charts 187 

VI. Engravings. Cuts, and Prints 187 



Pago. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 191 

VIII. Photographs 192 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
light of paintings, drawings, stalu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the line 

arts) 199 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors . . 201 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT P HINTING OFFICE. 

1899. 



[EXPLANATION. — The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of copyright proprietors.'] 

I. BOOKS .-(1) BOOKS PROPER. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions. " For 'index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter 
are prepared by the Catalogue Department, Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 

Attheld, John. 

Chemistry: general, medical, and 
pharmaceutical, including the chem- 
istry of the U. S. pharmacopoeia . . . 
16th. ed. Philadelphia & New York, 
Lea hros. & co., 1899. xxii, 17-780 
pp. ill us. tab. 8°. 260 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899; no. 18062, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Blatchford, Samuel A. reporter. 

United States. Courts of appeals. 
. . . Keports. Number 53. [v.] 60. 
1899. 

Brooks, Edward. 1831— 

The story of the iEneid; or, The 
adventures of iEneas; for boys and 
girls . . . Philadelphia, The Penn 
pub. co., 1899. 366 pp. pi. 12°. 

261 
Copyright bv The Penn pub. co., 
Philadelphia, *1899, no. 18122, Mar. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Cable, George Washington]. 

Strong hearts. New York, C. 

Scribner's sons, 1899. 3 p. 1., 214 pp. 
12°. 262 

Contents. 
The entomologist, p. 91. 
The solitary, p. 1. 
The taxidermist, p. 51. 

Copyright bv Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York!! 1899, no. 18085, Mar. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Chapman, Frank M. 

Portfolio of colored plates accom- 
panyingTeachers' manual of bird-life, i 
Portfolio no. 1-3. New York, D. i 
Appleton & co., 1899. pi. 8°. 263-265 
Contents. 
No. 1. Permanent residents and winter I 
visitants. 
No. 2. March and April migrants. 
Xo. 3. May migrants; types of eggs; nests. 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., j 
New York. 1899, nos. 18119-18421, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 11, 
1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Davis, J[ohn] C [handler] Bancroft, re- 
porter. 

United States. Supreme Court. 
United States reports, v. 172, pt. 4 . . . 
1899. 
Dix, Beulah Marie. 

Hugh Gwyeth ; a roundhead cavalier. 
New York & London, The Macmillau 
co., 1899. v, 376 pp. 12-. 266 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 18090, Mar. 10 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Gerhard, William Paul . 

Sanitary engineering of buildings, 
v. 1 ... * New York, W. T. Comstock, 
1899. illus. pi. 4°. 267 

Copyright by William Paul Gerhard, 
New York. 1899, no. 18427, Mar. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Henderson, W[illiam] J[ames] 

The orchestral and orchestral music 
. . . New York, C. Scribner's sons, 
1899. x pp., 11., 238 pp. pi. port. 
12°. (The music lover's library.) 268 
Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 18088, Mar. 10 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Huneker, James. 

Mezzotints in modern music; Brahms, 
Tschaikowsky, Chopin, Richard 
Strauss, Liszt and Wagner. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 4p.l., 
318 pp. 12°. 269 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 18087, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Illinois. Supreme court. 

Illinois official reporter; being ad- 
vance sheets, containing all final de- 
cisions of the supreme court . . . 
March 1,1899. v. 177, pt. 2. I. N. Phil- 
lips, official reporter. Bloomington, 
111., 1899. 8°. 270 

Copyright by Isaac N. Phillips, 
Bloomington, 111. 1899, no. 17873, Mar. 
9 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

161 



162 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Iowa school of correspondence. 

Outline text . . . for the encourage- 
ment of home study. Course a-c. 
[Des Moines] Iowa school of corre- 
spondence, 1899. 3 nos. 12°. 271-273 

Copyright by Iowa school of corre- 
spondence, Des Moines. 1899, nos. 
18115, Mar. 10; 9808/ 9809,* Feb. 1; 2 
copies each rec'd Jan. 23, 1899. 

Knowles, Ellin J. (Mrs. J. II. Knowles.) 
Spirit and life ; selections from Bible 
readings. Boston, New York [etc.] 
Silver, Burdett & co., 1899. xiv pp., 
11., 287 pp. port. 12°. 274 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 18083, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Macaulay, [Thomas Babington] 1st baron. 

Macaulay's Lays of ancieut Rome; 

edited with introduction and notes by 

M. G. Daniell. Boston, Ginn & co., 

1899. 1 p. 1., xvi, 145 pp. port. 12°. 

• (Standard English classics.) 275 

Copyright by Ginn &. co., Boston. 

1899, no. 18399/ Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Negro lynching in the South . . . 1899. 
See [Presley, Samuel C] 

Parmele, Mary Piatt. 

A short history of Spain. New 
York, C. Scribners' sons, 1899. xiii, 
167 pp. 12°. 276 

Copvrigbt bv Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 18086, Mar. 10 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Phillips, Isaac Newton, reporter. 

Illinois. Supreme court. Illinois of- 
ficial reporter ... v. 177. pt. 2. 1899. 

[Presley, Samuel C] 

Negro lynching in the South. Treat- 
ing of the negro. His past and present 
condition, of the cause of lynching, 
and of the means to remedy the evil . . . 
[anon.] Washington, D. C;, T. W. 

Cadick, 1899. 64 pp. illus. 8°. 277 

Copyright bv Samuel C. Presley, 
Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 18511, Mar. 
11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Riley, A. Lila. 

Ruby; or, A heart of gold. Elgin, 
111., & Chicago, D. C. Cook pub. co., 
1899. 96 pp. illus. 8 C . 278 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 1899, no. 18431, Mar. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Sands, Benjamin F[ranklin] 

From reefer to rear-admiral ; reminis- 
cences and journal jottings of nearly 
half a century of naval life, 1827 to 
1874. New York, F. A. Stokes co. 
[1899.] xv, 308 pp. port. 12°. 279 

Copyright by Frederick A. Stokes co., 
New York. 1899, no. 18428, Mar. 11; 
2 copies rec*d Mar. 11, 1899. 

United States. Courts of appeals. 

. . . Reports. Number 53 [v.] 60. 
Seventh circuit, pages 577-660. Eighth 
circuit, pages 661-755. Semimonthly, 
February 1, 1899 . . . S. A. Blatckford, 
reporter. Official ed. New York, 
Banks & bros., 1899. 8°. 280 

Advance parts for tempoi ary use. 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York/ 1899, no. 18081, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

The United States playing card co. 

Card games, and how to play them. 
Publisher's tenth ed. of rules of popu- 
lar games. Cincinnati, The U. S. 
playing card co. [1899] 102 pp. illus. 
12°. 281 

Copyright by The United States play- 
ing card co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 18425, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

United States. Supreme court. 

United States reports, v. 172, pt. 4; 
semimonthly, February 15, 1899 . . . 
Cases adjudged . . . J. C. B. Davis, re- 
porter. New York, The Banks law 
pub. co., 1899. 8°. 282 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York/ 1899, no. 17098, Mar. 6; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 



163 



1. BOOKS— (2) illlSCELLAJVEOUS. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors "see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Advice to cornet players. 174 

Copyright bv C. G. Conn & co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 18106, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'cl Mar. 10, 1899. 



Advisory rates of Mouticello, 

County, Iowa. v. 283. 
Rudd, Floyd County, Iowa. 

Traer, Tama County, Iowa. 



Jones 

175 

v. 358. 

176 

v. 401. 

177 

Copyright by Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. " 1899, nos. 17568, 17566, 
17567, Mar. 7; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 
7, 1899. 

Analytical (The) copy books; vertical. 

nos. 1-6. 178-183 

Copyright by Scott, Foresman & co., 

Chicago. 1899, nos. 17744-17749, Mar. 

8; 2 copies each ree'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Baby's got a tooth. 184 

Copyright by Colgate & co., New 
York. " 1899, no. 18105^ Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Balderston (Prof. C. C.) and Brown (N. 
Howland). The exhibitors 7 manual; a 
practical treatise on projecting lanterns 
and moving-picture machines. 185 

Copyright by Williams, Brown & 
Earle, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 18424, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Barrett manufacturing co., St. Louis, Mo. 

186 
Copyright by Barrett mfg. co., St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 17887, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Bible (The) study union (or Blakeslee) 
lessons. Gospel stories, children's 
course. Lesson 10, v. 9. Primary les- 
sons and cards, no. 10. 187 

Lesson 11. Jesus forgiving sin. v. 9. 

Primary lessons and cards, no. 11. 188 

Lesson 12. Doing good on the Sab- 
bath, v. 9. Primary 1< ssons and cards, 
no. 12. 189 

Lesson 13. Review of lessons 1-12. 

v. 9. Primary lessons and cards, no. 13. 

190 
Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 13648-13651, Feb. 18 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Lesson 14. The twelve apostles, v. 

9. Primary lessons and cards, no. 14. 

191 

Lesson 15. God's children, v. 9. 

Primary lessons and cards, no. 15. 192 

Lesson 16. God's care. v. 9. Pri- 
mary lessons and cards, no. 16. 193 



Titles — Continued. 

Bible (The) study union (Blakeslee) les- 
sons. Gospel stories, children's course. 
Lesson 17. The two builders, v. 9. 
Primary lessons and cards, no. 17. 194 

Lesson 18. The widow's son. v. 9. 

Primary lessons and cards, no. 18. 195 
Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, nos. 13652-13656, Feb. 18 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Bloch (Rev. A.M.) The up-to-date Ger- 
man and French self-instructor. 196 
Copyright bv Rev. A. M. Bloch, Fas- 
ton, Pa. 1897,"no. 44162, Aug. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Brown's (John) account, no. 3919, with 
the Croghan bank and savings co. 197 
Copyright by Croghan bank and sav- 
ings co., Fremont, Ohio. 1899, no. 5244, 
Jan. 12 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Burpee's catalogue of Scotch collie dogs 

and fancy poultry, 1899. 198 

Copyright bv W. Atlee Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia, * 1899, no. 17881, Mar. 9; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Calculations; pt. 5, 1st ed. Instruction 
paper. (The American correspondence 
school of textiles.) 199 

Copyright by Christopher P. Brooks, 
Lowell. Mass. 1898, no. 71108, Dee. 7; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Campaign of 1899. To tax and license 

voting preachers, no. 26. 200 

Copyright by John Danner, Canton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18675, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Chatfield flies. 201 

Copyright by Clarence F. Chatfield, 
New York. 1899, no. 17924, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Chicago mortgage abstract, no. 48, April, 
1899. 202 

Copyright by Penrose J. Hills, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 18444, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Civics analyses. Kansas II. Officers; in- 
cluding judges, legislators, and admin- 
istrative officers. 203 
Copyright by Frank Parsons, Man- 
hattan, Fans. 1899, no. 18446, Mar. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Coming (The) century puzzle-game. 204 
Copyright by Herlt & Henke, New 
York. 1899, no. 17734,* Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



164 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Correspondence (The) school of steam 
engineering. Circular of information. 

205 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scrauton, Pa. 1899, no. 8726, Jan. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Mar 10, 1899. 

Dana sj'stem of endowment savings (in- 
stallment dividends), building and loan 
association. 206 

Copyright by Frank L. Dana, Colo- 
rado Springs, Col. 1899, no. 16614, Mar. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Dewey's battle in Manila Bay. 207 

Copyright by Hosea N. Welch, 

Groton, Vt. 1899, no. 11142, Feb. 7; 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 20, 1899; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 7, 1899. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 126. 208 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 15460, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Directions for Aims' antiseptic lotion. 

209 
Copyright by Wm. D. P. Aims, jr., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 13934*, Feb. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Eidlitz (L.) On light; an analysis of the 

emersions of Jupiter's satellite 1. 210 

Copyright by Leopold Eidlitz, New 

York. 1899, no. 17103, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Exhibit of a twenty-payment life policy, 
during the premium-paying period. 

211 
Copyright by Mutual life insurance 
co. of New York. 1899, no. 18443, Mar. 
11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Floor work for drill teams in subordinate 
lodges, as authorized by the Supreme 
lodge, National reserve association. 

212 
Copyright by F. W. Sears, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1899, no. 18828, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

From pain to health. 213 

Copyright by California medicine co., 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 17752, Mar. 8 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



General conditions. 



214 



Copyright by Chas. A. Heidrick, Al- 
bany. 1899, no. 15331 *, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Geometry and trigonometry. 4. Exami- 
nation questions. 215 
Copyright by Colliery eugineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no. 15341, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Good teeth. Good health. 216 

Copyright by Colgate & co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 18104, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Groff (W.) Origin of art: on the reli- 
gious significance of sculpture and 
painting among the ancient Egpytians. 

217 
Copyright by William Groff, Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 17876, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Handsome Harry, no. 7, Mar. 10, 1899. 

218 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no." 16174, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Helpful hints on marking and stenciling. 

219 
Copyright by Binney & Smith, New 
York. 1898, no. 73204, Dec. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 15, 1898. 

Home (The) school of mines: necessity 
of an education to mine workers. 220 
Copyright by United correspondence 
schools co., New York. 1899, no. 16415, 
Mar. 2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Horoscope. 221 

Copyright bv Prof. G. W. Cunning- 
ham, Chicago." 1898, no. 64822, Nov. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 4, 1898. 
Interest measure and lunar indicator. 

222 
Copyright by Daniel Strange, Lan- 
sing, Mich. 1899, no. 16733", Mar. 4 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 
International (The) health association. 
Jurisdiction of Michigan. 223 

Copyright by L. D. Mac Claire, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 1898, no. 64230*, Nov. 1 ; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 
Iris blossom. 224 

Copyright bv Charles Furman Smith, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 18109, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Key (A) to John Brown's account with 
the Croghan bank and savings co., Fre- 
mont, Ohio. 225 
Copyright by Croghan bank and sav- 
ings co., Fremont, Ohio. 1899, no. 8274, 
Jan. 26; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Keystone (The) camera. 226 
Copyright by Keystone view co., Val- 
lonia.'Pa. 1899, no. 18216, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Lessons in cookery used in Milwaukee 

school-kitchens. 227 

Copyright bv Harriette McRevnolds, 

Milwaukee. 1899, no. 18435, Mar. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



165 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Letter (A) of credit. 228 

Copyright by Kountze brothers, New 
York. 1898, no. 70159, Dec. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Le Valley (C.W.) The Aultman chains 
for power transmission and elevating 
and conveying purposes. 229 

Copyright by C. W. Le Valley, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 18685, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lockett (S. H.) Packing houses; their 

processes and hazards. 230 

Copyright by S. H. Lockett, Chicago. 

1899, no. 12334, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 9, 1899. 

Lumberman's (The) handy price-list and 

reference book. 231 

Copyright by E. J. Schuster printing 

co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 18220, Mar. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Meyers-Erb (The) classified advertising 
code. 232 

Copyright by Lewis P. Meyers, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17890, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

On the treatment of floors. 233 

Copvright by Globe polish co., Bos- 
ton. 1898, no. 74039, Dec. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
One hundred successful advertising 
schemes and suggestions. 234 

Copyright by Edwin R. Gardner, 
Atlantic, Iowa^ 1899, no. 13577, Feb. 
18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Open (The) door. 235 

Copyright by John H. Brown, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18439, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Owen (J. W.) The green book; a prac- 
tical treatise on venereal diseases in 
both sexes. 236 

Copyright bv J. W. Owen, New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 1898, no. 31128, May 19; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Pardington (G. P.) The crooked made 
straight. 3d ed., revised, 1898. 237 

Copyright by George Palmer Pard- 
ington, New York. 1898, no. 74881, 
Dec. 22 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Pearls: Teeth. 238 

Copyright by Colgate & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18103, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Penmanship. 121. Instruction paper, 
4th ed. ' 239 

Copvright bv Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no. 18684, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pierce (E.Dana). Answers to problems 

in elementary physics. 240 

Copyright by Henry Holt & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 17502, Mar. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Pluck and luck. no. 40, March 8, 1899. 

241 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 10389, Feb. 3 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Popular plants and their care. 242 

Copyright by Dan'l B. Long, Buffalo. 
1899, no. 11380, Feb. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Pratt institute, department of domestic 
art; millinery course, second grade 
notes. 243 

Third grade, notes. 244 

Copyright by Harriet S. Sackett, 
Brooklyn. 1899, nos. 12407, 12408, Feb. 
13 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Eailway (A) guide for candidates for the 
U. S. railway mail service. Civil serv- 
ice examinations. 245 
Copyright by Timothy C. Glennon, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 18116, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Rand-McNally round rapid writing, no. 8. 

246 
Copyright by Eand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 17742, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Religious views of Abraham Lincoln. 

247 
Copyright by Orrin H. Pennell, Deer- 
field, Ohio. 1899, no. 14071, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Report of the committee on fashions, of 
the Merchant tailors' national exchange 
of the U. S. A., for spring and summer, 
1899. 248 

Gopyright by Jules C. Weiss, New 
York. 1899, no. 18440, Mar. 11: 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Report on the "DeLery" incandescent 

gas-burner. 249 

Copyright by J. B. De Lery, New 

York. 1899, no. 6036, Jan. 16 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Jan. 31, 1899. 

Rules for playing the games of invasion 
and snap. 250 

Copyright by Herbert B. Chaffee and 
Frederick M. Selchow, New York. 1899, 
no. 15800, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 
1899. 



166 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Secret (The) of perpetual vigorous man- 
hood. 251 
Copyright by Bay state physicians' 
and chemists' institute, Boston. 1899, 
no. 12733, Feb. 16 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
10, 1899. 

Secret service. Mar. 10, 1899, no. 7. 252 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 16184, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Self-explained (The) system of iigure 

music. 253 

Copyright by W. B. Jones, Buffalo. 

1899, no. 17783^ Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1899. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to vols. 72- 
75, Missouri court of appeals annota- 
tions. 251 
Copyright by Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17923, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Short courses in English branches, book- 
keeping, stenography, and mechanical 
and ornamental drawing. 255 

Copyright by Collierv engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no' 17122, Mar. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Simkins (J. D.) One hundred rocks 
found among the bowlders, and how to 
determine and label the same. 256 

Copyright by J. Dean Simkins, St. 
Marys', Ohio. 1899, no. 12734, Feb. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Smith (Sara Trainer). From fetters to 

freedom. 257 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 

York. 1899, no. 18127, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Snoke (J. F. & J. H.) Constitution and 
by-laws of the Bankers' fraternal so- 
ciety. 258 

Copyright by Jacob F. & Jacob H. 
Snoke, Indiana. 1899, no. 18447, Mar. 
11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Solvent alterans; for the radical cure 
of stricture, urethral, and prostatic 
disorders. 259 

Copyright by Empire medical co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 16755. Mar. 4 ; 2 copl 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Soper school of oratory. Catalogue, 

1898-99. 260 

Copyright by H. M. Soper, Chicago. 

1898, no/74888, Dec. 22; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Special instructions. 261 

Copyright by National correspond- 
ence institute, Washington, D. C. 1899, 
no. 18218, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
10, 1899. 

State (The) agents' instructor; compris- 
ing confidential advice and general 
suggestions, to be used in the appoint- 
ing and instructing of agents for the 
sale of subscription books. 262 

Copyright by International pub. co., 
Philadelphia. ' 1899, no. 13575, Feb. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Stearns (D. H.) Contrast of railroad 
hauls. 263 

Copyright by D. II . Stearns, Port- 
land, Oreg. 1899, no. 17751, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Study (The) and teaching of Lady of 
the Lake, Evangeline, and Merchant 
of Venice. 264 

Copyright by J. W. Graham. Han- 
ford, Cal. 1899, no. 14072, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

There's something in the English, after 

all. 265 

Copyright by Bertrand Shad well, 

Chicago. 1899, no. 15364, Feb. 27; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Thompson (L. S.) New short course in 
drawing. Seventh year, book 7. 266 

Eighth year, book 8. 267 

Copyright by Langdon S. Thompson, 
Jersey City, N. J. 1899, nos. 18659, 
18660, Mar. 13; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 
11, 1899. 

268 



Time-computing table. 



Copyright by Louis James Greger- 
son, Buffalo. 1899, no. 16173, Mar. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Transportation floater, no. 1, of J. Rom- 
berg & son. 269 
Copyright by J. Eomberg & son, New 
York, 1899, no. 17753, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Underwriting profits and losses for 1898 
of the fifty fire insurance companies, 
leading in point of assets. 270 

Copyright by Thrift pub. co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 18825, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Vertical penmanship. Lesson papers 
nos. 1,2. 271,272 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 17124, 17125, 
Mar. 6 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 9. 1899. 



167 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Wall street directory and telephone list. 

273 
Copyright bv Harrie D. Wiman, 
New York. 1899, no. 18673, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



The 



A.ngio- 
274 



Warrener (Rev. Win. J.) 
American hymn. 

Copyright by Win. J. Warrener, Fed- 
eral, Ohio. 1899, no. 2526, Jan. 5; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Westinghouse electric and manufactur- 
ing co. Catalogue, no. 99-D; circular 
no. 8-D. 275 

no. 158-C; circular no. 31-C. 276 

no. 180-JB ; circular no. 45-B. 277 

no. 181-B ; circular no. 46-B. 278 

Copyright by Westiughouse electric 
and nifg. co., Pittsburg. 1899, nos. 
18117-18120, Mar. 10; 2 copies each 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Wilcox (Charlotte G.) Acrostic: A 
merry Christmas and happy New Year. 

279 
Copyright by Charlotte G. Wilcox, 
Boston. 1899, no. 18219, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Wilcox (Charlotte G.) Acrostic on St. 
Valentine. 280 

Copyright by Mrs. Charlotte G. Wil- 
cox, Boston. 1899, no. 18824, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Work and win. no. 14, March 10, 1899. 

281 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York/ 1899. no. 10385, Feb. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Young Klondike, no. 29, March 8, 1899. 

282 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. " 1899, no. 16L95, Mar. 1; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Your chance has come. 283 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa, 1899, no. 18107, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



I.— BOOKS— (3) NEWSPAPER AN» MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

(Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles., 

Aided by tbe Prince of Wales. 119 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 18853, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Alone . . . An American woman crosses 

wild Thibet. 420 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15137,* 

Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Ameer of Afghanistan alive. 121 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17933, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



Ancestors of Adam and Eve. 



422 



Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18556, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Are killed in an earthquake. 423 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18516, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



Titles — C ontinued . 

Arnold (Alex. S.) Saved by Estelle. [In 
Central Falls journal.] 424 

Copyright by Alex. S. Arnold, Central 
Falls, R. I. 1899, no. 7540, Jan. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Austria wants a Chinese port. 425 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18860, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Austrian diets summoned. 426 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18231, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, J " 



Beauty hints. Mary Scott Rowland says 
that women should never wear veils. 

427 

Mary Scott Rowland's suggestions 

to women with reference to the care of 
the hands. 428 

Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, nos. 18878, 
18883, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 
13, 1899. 



168 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Better for all but Britain. 429 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17929, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Black (P. Y.) The snake's mark. 430 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1898, no. 70378, Dec. 3 ; 2 copies 

rec'd, in parts, Dec. 3, 1898, to Mar. 11, 

1899. 

Black (A) sheep of the "400." 2d install- 
ment. 431 
Copyright by Press pub. co., New 
York. 1899. no. 13923% Feb. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Blames the Germans. 432 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 1851 1, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Cablegrams without cables. 433 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17794, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Camp fW. M.) Notes on track, 97. Load- 
ing logs. 434 
Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 
1899, no. 17940, Mar. 19; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 
Carpenter (F. G.) Der Praesident von 
Paraguay. 435 
Copyright by Frank G. Carpenter, 
Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 14845*, 
Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 
Cervera is ordered to jail. 436 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 18b l 9, no. 18229, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
China sorry she insulted Italy. 437 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18522, Mar. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Cold reception in Norway. 438 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18235, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Condition of Belgian Queen. 439 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18846, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13. 1899. 
Condition of Queen Marie. 440 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no. 17934, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Cooper (Madison). Eggs in cold stor- 
age. 441 
Copyright by Madison Cooper, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 17941, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Course in stenography. Lesson no. 11. 

442 
Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. *1899, no. 18452, Mar. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Creel (G. E.) Love at first sight. 443 
Copyright by George E. Creel, U. S. 
1899, no. 18868, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Crowley (Mary Catherine). The Jom- 

iny's experiment. 444 

Copyright by Benziger brothers, 

New York. 1899, no. 18128, Mar. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Cruise in the West Indies. 445 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 18859, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Curious facts about the Vanderbilt- 
Whitney baby. 446 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 
15135*, Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 
1899. 

Czar may not visit Austria. 447 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17798, Mar. 8 * 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Death's wild prank. 448 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17790, Mar. 8 ', 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Demand for bribes. 449 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18515, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Disgruutled diplomat goes home. 450 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 18849, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Dodo. (Mrs. Herbert Asquith, wife of 
ex-cabinet minister, etc.) 451 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15140, * 
Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 
Emperor helps the Cretans. 452 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no\ 17930, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
England's new society beauty. 453 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18548, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Experiences of referees. 454 

Copyright by American press associ- 
ation, New York. 1899, no. 18881, Mar. 
13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



169 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Explosion due to foul play. 455 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, do'. 18521, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Fed fishhooks to her rival. 456 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18551, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Feel unfriendly to England. 457 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18519, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Fierce battle in Macedonia. 458 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17792, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



For a sacerdotal art exhibit. 



459 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18518, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

For this you die. 460 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18552, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Grafting tea roses for forcing. [The 

florists' exchange.] 461 

Copyright by A. T. De La Mare ptg. 

and pub. co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 

17259, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Great military balloon trip. 462 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17788, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Great scarcity of meat. 463 

Copvright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 17791, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Grissoui (A.) The servant of the prince. 
(First half.) 464 

Copyright by Arthur Grissom, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 1899, no. 18689, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

How many people make up this curious 

Japanese portrait? 465 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18558, 

Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Humor page, Mar. 12, 1899. 466 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 18542, Mar. 
11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Italiaus banished from Zurich. 467 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18847, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Italy will keep her hands off. 468 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18855, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jingoes are defiant. 469 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 18234, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Journal's (The) great puzzle of photo- 
graphs; can you tell the boys from the 
girls ? 470 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15143,* 
Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Justice for Russian noblemen. 471 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18843, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Kilmer (G. L.) Brunette brigade. 472 

Heroes at Manila. 473 

Up from the ranks. 474 

Copyright by Geo. L. Kilmer, U. S. 
1899, nos. 18875, 18874, 18876, Mar. 13; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

King submits to an operation. 475 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 17787, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Krause to be prosecuted. 476 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 18230, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Life's bitterness. 477 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 

New York. 1899, no. 18873, 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899.- 

Likely to favor the Argentine. 478 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18857, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Link the Balkans to Germany. 479 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no.*18525, Mar. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11,1899. 

Little interest in Barcelona. 480 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no"; 17793, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

McManns (L.) Lally of the brigade. 

481 
Copyright by L. McManus, Dublin, 



Ireland. 1899, no. 13551, Feb. 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



18: 2 



170 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Marie (Queen) is improving. 482 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18223, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

More firing at Pasig. 483 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18517, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Most (The) interesting .young couple in 
America: young William K. Vander- 
bilt, jr., and Miss Virginia Fair. 484 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15133*, 
Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Must suffer for being a spy. 485 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17931, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

New Easter gowns of the seven fashion 

leaders of the "400." 486 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15138*, 

Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

No brandy for Russian soldiers. 487 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no. 18524, Mar. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

No smoke, no flash, no noise . . . Aston- 
ishing gun. 488 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18555, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Oceanic (The) bigger than the Waldorf- 
Astoria. 489 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15139. * 
Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 270. 490 

Copyright by German press and 

plate co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 18863, 

Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

One of America's old curiosity shops. 491 
Copvright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 18879, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Oscar (King) reaches Paris. 492 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17786, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Our little Duchess bargaining with the 
Prince of Wales to buy Marlborough 
house, his tine London residence. 493 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15141*, 
Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Our Paris fashion letter. 494 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 18880, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Parisians are kept excited. 495 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 17789, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Peake (E. E.) The promotion at Rocky 

Ledge. 496 

Copyright bv Elmore E. Peake, 

Beloit) Wis. 1899, no. 16652, Mar. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

People of Finland wear crape. 497 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 18523, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Plan a big oil trust. 498 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17939, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Pneumonia, the curse of our climate. 
Has an absolute preventive and cure 
been found? 499 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18553, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Political outlook in Peru. 500 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago" 1899, no. 18224, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Pope quite out of danger. 501 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17796, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Prince of Wales at Cannes. 502 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17935, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Protest against humiliation. 503 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18858, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Rebels driven back. 504 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago, 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Refusal from China. 505 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17785, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Rehearsed his murder. 506 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18554, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



171 

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Whs— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Remembers an old score. 



507 Show their lovaltv to Russia. 



520 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899. no! 18520, Mar. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Rhodes to interest Germans. 508 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. c 1899. no. 18862, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Rosenthal (Hermann). Rudina; eine 
erzahlung aus dem leben. 509 

Copyright by New Yorker staats-zei- 
timg, New York. 1899, no. 16141, Mar. 
1; 2 copies rec'd (in parts) Mar. 1 to 
Mar. 8, 1899. 

Russia stands in Britain's way. 510 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17928. Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Russian minister snubbed. 511 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no*. 17936, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Sable Island the grave-yard of the ocean. 

512 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18549, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Saddest scenes New York has witnessed 

in this generation. 513 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18550, 

Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Salisbury is ill. 514 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 18836, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Scarcity of British seamen. 515 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18227, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Serious outlook in Madrid. 516 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 18839, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Servia and Russia unfriendly. 517 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18233, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
" Sheridan " leaves Gibraltar. 518 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17795, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Shoe workers to stop work. 519 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18851, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 17932, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Slatin Pasha is honored. 521 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.'l8838, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Some very curious facts about rattle- 
snakes. 522 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15134*, 



Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 



1899. 



Stead (W. T.) W. T. Stead on the 
lirium of France." 



Son of De Lesseps is fined. 523 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no! 18841, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Spain facing a crisis. 524 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 18228, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Spain punishing her warriors. 525 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17797, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Spain's sorry plight. 526 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18854, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

; de- 
527 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no! 16572, Mar. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Stead's book kept out of Russia. 528 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18844, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Sultan's force in Macedonia. 529 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 18225, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Swedish artists rebel. 530 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18232, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Tactics of England criticised. 531 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 18861, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Talks of American imperialism. 532 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no! 18856, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



172 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Theatricals in Gotham. 533 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 18882, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

To be ready for war. 534 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 18848, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

To hold China intact. 535 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 18850, Mar. 13 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

To remove the duty on corn. 536 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18852, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13,1899. 

Tourists at Constantinople. 537 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18845, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Kansas City 

star, Mar. 4, 1899.) 538 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 17586, Mar. 

7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mar. 6, 1899. 539 

Copvright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 17942, Mar. 
9; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Mar. 7, 1899. 540 

Copvright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 18239, Mar. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Mar. 8, 1899. 541 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 18240, Mar. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Mar. 9, 1899. 542 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 18834, Mar. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 10, 1899. 543 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 18835, Mar. 
13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Troops leaving Cuba. 544 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no". 18840, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

United Irish league is growing. 545 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18842, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Warships off coast of Chile. 546 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18226, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Wetherell (C.) The Jobbernowls have 

a bull fight. 547 

Copyright by Caroline Wetherell, 

U.S.' 1899, no. 18867, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Weyler is out in the cold. 548 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cagof 1899, no. 17937, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Why educated men commit hideous 

crimes. 549 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15136*", 

Feb. 25; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Will send warships. 550 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 17938; Mar. 9; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Women of the twentieth century will be 

ugly. 551 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 18557, 

Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Women wear wigs. 552 

Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, no. 18877, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Worse than earthquakes, hurled by this 
new gun of Uncle Sam. 553 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 15142% 
Feb. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



173 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

"Heavenly (The) twins:" A farce in 

3 acts, by Lilian Stair Schreiner. 25 

Copyright by A. Flanagan, Chicago. 

1899, no. 17945, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 9, 1899. 

Matrimonial (A) blizzard: A farce, by 
Edward McYVade. 26 

Copyright by Edward McWade, Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 17155, Mar. 6; 2 type- 
written copies rec ; d Mar. 6, 1899. 

One evening after dinner : Farce comedy 
in 1 act, by Charles Wylie. 27 

Copyright by Charles Wylie, New 
Haven, Conn . 1899, no. 9153, Jan. 30 ; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Pleasant wedding guests : Comedy in 1 
act, by Fanny Ritchie. 28 

Copyright by Roxbury pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17949, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

St. Elizabeth of Thuringia; or, The mira- 
cle of roses: A legendary drama in 5 
acts, for young ladies, by Elizabeth 
Polding. 29 

Copyright by Roxbury pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17946, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Two mothers : Drama in 4 acts, for young 

ladies, by Dorothy Reynartz. 30 

Copyright by Roxbury pub. co., New 

York. " 1899, no. 17947, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Web (A) of lies: Comedy in 1 act, by 
John Edgcome. 31 

Copyright by Roxbury pub. co., New- 
York. 1899, no. 17948, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Wishing-stone (The) : A dramatic sketch 

in 1 act, by George Totten Smith. 32 

Copyright by George Totten Smith, 

New York. 1899, no. 18458, Mar. 11; 2 

typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically "by titles.) 



Titles. 

American agriculturist. Apr. 15, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899. ) 310 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 
York. 1899, no. 676. 

American architect and building news. 

Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 311 

Copyright by American architect and 

building news co., Boston. 1899, no. 

3833. 



American florist. 

Mar. 6, 1899. > 
Mar. 11, 1899. 



Mar. 4, 1899. 



Mar. 18, 1899 

Mar. 25, 1899 

Apr. 8, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
312 

(Rec'd Mar. 13, 1899.) 

313 
(Rec'd Mar. 20, 1899.) 

314 
(Rec'd Mar. 27, 1899.) 

315 
(Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 

316 

Copyright by American florist co., 
Chicago. 1899, nos. 16617-16620, 16622. 

American historical review. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Dec. 22, 1898.) 317 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., New 
York. 1898, no. 74890. 



Titles — Continued. 

American journal of the medical sci- 
ences. Apr., 1899. (Rec'dApr. 12, 1899.) 

318 
Copyright by Lea bros. & co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 556. 

American journal of Semitic languages 

and literatures. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 

Apr. 12, 1899.) 319 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 53812. 

Annals of surgery. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899.) 320 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 12619. 



Feb., 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 
321 



Art amateur. 
30,1899.) 

Copyright by Montague Marks, New 
York. 1899, no. 9182. 



Art student. Dec, 1898. 
1899.) 



(Rec'd Feb. 1, 
322 



Copyright by Ernst Knaufft, New 
York. 1899, no. 9580. 



174 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

B. & D. bulletin. Feb. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899.) 323 

Feb. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 4, 1899.) 

324 
Copyright by Baws & Dotter, New 
York. 1899, nos. 10878, 15219. 



Babyhood. Jan., 1899 

1899.) 
Feb., 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 

Mar., 1899. 



(Rec'd Jan. 9, 

325 

1899.) 

326 

(Rec'd Mar. 8, 1899.) 

327 

Copyright by Babvhood pub. co., 

New York. 1899, iios."l5981-15983. 

Bankers' monthly. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 10, 1899.) 328 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 9323. 

Biblical world. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
10,1899.) 329 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1898, no. 53751. 



Apr., 1899. 



(Rec'd Mar. 8, 
330 



Titles — Continued. 

Mar., 1899. 



Bon ton. 
1899.) 

Copyright by S. T. Taylor co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 14423. 

Bradstreet's. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
10,1899.) 331 

Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 

332 
Copyright by Bradstreet co., New 
York. * 1899, nos. 2639, 2640. 

Builders' magazine. Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899.) 333 

Copyright by W. T. Comstock, New 
York. 1899, no. 10873. 

Buyers' reference (steam ed.) Jan., 

1899. (Rec'd Feb. 4. 1899.) 334 
(Electrical dealers.) Jan., 1899. 

(Rec'd Feb. 1,1899.) 335 
(Architects' ed.) Feb., 1899. (Rec'd 

Mar. 4, 1899. ) 336 
(Electric light, etc.) Feb., 1899. 

(Rec'd Feb. 20, 1899.) 337 

Copyright by Buyers' reference co., 

New York. 1899, nos. 10634, 9917, 16680, 

13724. 

Carriage monthly. Apr., 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1899.) ' 338 

Copyright by Ware brothers, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 12143. 

Catholic news. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Adt. 10,1899.) 339 

Apr. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1899.) 

340 
Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, nos. 74531, 74480. 



(Rec'd 
341 



Charities review 
Mar. 3, 1899.) 

Copyright by Charities review, New 
York. 1899,no.l6221. 

Cordage trade journal. Feb. 2, 1899. 
(Rec'd Feb. 6, 1899.) 342 

Feb. 16, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 20, 1899.) 

343 

Mar. 2. 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 6, 1899.) 

344 
Copyright by Charles H. Delano, 
New York. 1899, nos. 10543, 13262, 
16763. 

Criterion. Feb. 25, 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 25, 
1899.) 345 

Mar. 4, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 3, 1899.) 

346 

Mar. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 11, 1899.) 

347 

Mar. 18, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. ) 

348 
Copyright by G. L. Davidson, New 
York. 1899, nos. 15655-15658. 

Dry goods economist. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 10, 1899.) 349 

Copyright by Textile pub. co., New 
York. ' 1899, no. 2380. 

Educational foundations. Jan., 1899. 
(Rec'd Dec. 27, 1898.) 350 

Feb.. 1899. (Rec'd Feb. 1, 1899.) 

351 

Mar., 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 2, 1899.) 

352 

Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899.) 

353 
Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1899, nos. 15960-15963. 

Electrical review. Apr. 12, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13, 1899.) 354 

Copyright by Electrical review pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 3420. 

Engineering record. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 

Apr. 10, 1899.) 355 

Copyright by Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71199. 

Examiner. Apr. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
13, 1899.) 356 

Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2588. 

Farmer. Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 
1899.) 357 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 624. 

Happy days. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 

16, 1899.) 358 

Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 24, 1899.) 

359 
Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Mar. 30, 1899.) 

360 



175 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Happy days. Apr. 22, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
6,1899.) 361 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, nos. 16240-16213. 

Home and farm. Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 15, 1899.) 362 

Copyright by Home and farm pub. 
co., Louisville, Ky. 1899, no. 581. 

Horseman. Apr. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 

13, 1899.) 363 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 

newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 

2784. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Apr. 9. 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 364 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 
co., Buffalo. 1899, no. 3004. 

Illustrated police news. Apr. 15, 1899. 
(Rec'd April 14, 1899.) 365 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 
1899, no. 11857. 

Journal of nervous and mental disease. 
Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 366 
Copyright by Cbas. Henry Brown, 
New York. 1899, no. 10429. 

Journal of school geographv. Apr., 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) " 367 

Copyright by Richard E. Dodge, 
New York. 1899, no. 74159. 

Keith's home builder. Mar., 1899. (Rec'd 
Mar. 13,1899.) 368 

Apr., 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 

369 
Copvright by W. J. Keith, Minne- 
apolis. 'l8y9, nos. 264, 14461. 

Law vers' reports annotated. Mar. 15, 

1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) 370 

Copyright by Lawyers' cooperative 

pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 526. 



May, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
371 



League director 
Apr. 12, 1899.) 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer 
New York. 1898, no. 71701. 



May, 1899. 



(Rec'd Apr. 
372 



League leaflets 
12,1899.) 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, no. 71713. 



1899. 



(Rec'd Apr. 
373 



Medical news. Apr 
10,1899.) 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2719. 

Messenger of the sacred heart. May, 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) 374 

18859— Vol. 18, No. 3 2 



Titles — Continued. 

, Messenger of the sacred heart. Supple- 
ment May, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 
1899.) 375 

Copyright by Apostleship of prayer, 
New York. 1898, nos. 71725, 71737. * 

! National engineer. Apr. 1, 1899. (Rec'd 
j Apr. 13, 1899.) 376 

Copyright by James T. Edwards, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 3790. 

New England homestead. Apr. 15, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 377 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., 
Springfield, Mass. 1899, no. 728. 

New York herald. Apr. 8, 1899. (Rec'd 

Apr. 10, 1899.) 378 

Apr. 9, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 

379 
Apr. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1899.) 

380 
Apr. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899.) 

381 
Apr. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1899.) 

382 
Apr. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) 

383 
Apr. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 

384 
Copvright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1899, nos. 14959-14965. 

New Yorker abendblatt. Apr. 8, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 10, 18:19.) 385 

Apr. 10. 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1899.) 

386 

Apr. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899. ) 

387 

Apr. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1899.) 

388 

Apr. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) 

389 

Apr. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899. ) 

390 
Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1635- 
1640. 

New Yorker Sonntagsblatt. Apr. 9, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 391 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1874. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Apr. 10, 

1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 392 

Apr. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1899. ) 

393 
Apr. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899.) 

394 
Apr. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1899. ) 

395 
Apr. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) 

396 



176 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. Apr. 15, 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 397 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1324- 
1329. 



Apr. 15, 1899. 
398 



New Yorker wochenblatt. 
(Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899.) 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1927. 

Outlook. Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 
1899.) 399 

Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 
1899, no. 7059. 

Pennsylvania county court reports. Apr. 
8, 1899. (Rec'cl Apr. 10, 1899. ) 400 

Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 

401 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson &, 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, nos. 14139, 
14140. 

Philadelphia inquirer. Apr. 9, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 402 

Apr. 10, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 10, 1899.) 

403 

Apr. 11, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1899.) 

404 

Apr. 12, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 1899.) 

405 

Apr. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 13, 1899.) 

406 

Apr. 14, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899. ) 

407 

Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 

408 
Copyright by Philadelphia inquirer 
co., Philadelphia. 1898, nos. 51223- 
51229. 



Titles — Continued. 



Apr. 9, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
409 



St. Louis republic. 
Apr. 11, 1899.) 

Copyright by publishers : Geo. Knapp 
& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 387. 

St. Louis republic (Sunday magazine). 
Apr. 9, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 11, 1899.) 

410 

Copyright by publishers: Geo. Knapp 

& co., St. Louis. 1899, no. 361. 

Scientific American. Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd 
Apr. 13,1899.) 411 

(Supplement) Apr. 15, 1899. (Rec'd 

Apr. 13, 1899.) 412 

Copyright by Munn & co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 414, 477. 

Standard. Apr. 22, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 12, 
1899. ) 413 

Copyright by Standard press, New 
York. 1899, no. 14724. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Apr. 11, 
1899. (Rec'd Apr. 14, 1899.) 414 

Copyright bv Swan J. Turnblad, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 782. 

Town topics. Apr. 13, 1899. (Rec'd Apr. 
13,1899.) 415 

Copyright by Town topics pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3989. 



April, 1899. 



(Rec'd 
416 



Werner's magazine. 
Apr. 11, 1899.) 

Copyright by Edgar S. Werner, New 
York. 1899, no. 2972. 

Young people's weekly. Apr. 23, 1899. 
(Rec'd Apr. 15, 1899.) 417 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. co., 
Elgin, 111. 1899, no. 3154. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

All hail the dear flag! Words by Mrs. 
F. G. Burroughs; music by M. L. Mc- 
Phail. 825 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Obio. 1899, no. 17999, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Alleluia ! Christ is risen ! Words by Ida 
Scott Taylor; music by E. S. Lorenz. 

826 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18272, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Alleluia to the Lord. Words by Mrs. 
R.N.Turner; music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 827 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15225, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Always bright where Jesus is. Words by 
Mrs. F. G. Burroughs; music by J. H. 
Tenney. 828 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17991, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



177 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Are you toiling for the master ? Words 
bv Mrs. Harriet E. Jones; music bv 
Cbas. H. Gabriel. 829 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18286, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Beacon (A) light. Words and music by 

I. N. McHose. 830 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18017, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Bear the cross. Words by Mrs. PI. F. 
Thomas; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 

831 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18335; Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Beauty for ashes. Words and music by 

J. G! Crabbe. 832 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18331, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Because. By Fredk.V. Bowers; arranged 
for violin by H. Hermanson ; for piano 
by F. W. Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 

833 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17826, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Bells of invitation. Words by E. E. 

Hewitt; music by Finley Lyon. 834 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17991, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Benediction. Music by E. S. Lorenz. 835 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899,no.l7966, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Better farther on. Words and music by 

Wm. Edie Marks. 836 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. Ib99, no. 17992, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Birdie. Waltz song, composed by Ellis 

R. Ephraim. 837 

Copyright by Baltimore music co., 

Baltimore. 1898, no. 44197, July 23; 2 

copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1898. 
Bless the Lord. Words by Robert L. 

Fletcher; music by J. H. Tenney. 838 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 18301, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Blessed are they. Words by Ida L. Reed ; 

music by J. H. Tenney. 839 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17997, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Blessed light, shine on. Words and mu- 
sic by E. C. Avis. 840 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18019, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Blessed (A) refuge. Words by Geo. J. 
Runion; music bv Chas. H. Gabriel. 

841 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899,no. 18033, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Bridegroom of the skies. Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 842 

Copyright bv Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 14213, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Bring back the straying. Words by 
Emma Pitt; music bv H. W. Porter. 

843 
Copvright by E. 8. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18290, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Calling me. Words by Laura E. Newell ; 

music by Frank J. Robertson. 844 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. " 1899. no. 18303, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Carry the message. W T ords by Ida Scott 

Taylor; music by J. H. Tenney. 845 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 189>i,no. 18324, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Charm (The). A collection of Sunday- 
school music, by P. P. Bliss. 846 
Copyright by P. P. & G. G. Bliss, 
U. S. 1899, no. 14583, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1*99. 

Children's praises. By James Atkins; 
William J. Kirkpatrick. 847 

Copyright by Book agents of the 
M. E. Church South, Nashville, Tenn. 
1899, no. 11071, Feb. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

Chiming Christmas bells. Fantasie, by 

John Francis Gilder: op. 62. 848 

Copyright by Tlowley. Haviland <fc 

co., New York. ' 1899, no. 15228, Feb. 25 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Christ within the hope of glory. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 849 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no 14206, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Closer draw me. Words by Kate Umber : 

music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 850 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18315, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



178 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Confess the Christ. Words by G. M. Bills ; 
music by M. L. McPhail. 851 | 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17967, Mar. 9; 2 copies | 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Cumberland, '61. March and two-step, | 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus ; arranged for vio- 
lin by H. Hermanson; for piano by 
F. W.* Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 852 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17825, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Dat's me. By J. A. Silberberg; arranged 
for violin by H. Hermanson"; for piano 
by F. W. Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 

853 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17831, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Der'll be wahm coons a prancin'. Words 
by Paul Laurence Dunbar; music by 
Will Marion Cook. 854 

Copyright by Will Marion Cook, 
Washington. 1899, no. 16769, Mar. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Do you know it just now? Words by 
Anna Chichester; music by John Tib- 
balls. 855 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18304, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Down ole Tampa bay. By W. T. Fran- 
cis; arranged for violin by H. Herman- 
son ; for piano by F. W. Meacham and 
Chas. Pratt. 856 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17821, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Ethelda, my queen. Words by May me 
Morrison; music by A. Fred. Jewell. 

857 

Copvrightby A. Fred. Jewell, Worth- 

ington, lud. 1899, no. 14429, Feb. 21 ; 1 

copy rec'd Feb. 21, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 

Apr. 4, 1899. 

Evening. Words by John M. Baker; 

music by R. Frank Lehman. 858 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18034, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Every one. Words by Mrs. F. G. Bur- 
roughs; music by J. H. Tenney. 859 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18274, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Faith, hope, and love. Words by Lanta 
Wilson Smith; music by R. Frank 
Lehman. 860 

Copvright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1899, no*. 17968, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Fall in. Words by Ruth Raymond; mu- 
sic by Edwin Moore. 861 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18279, Mar. 10 ; 2 -copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 



Filibuster (The). March and two-step, 
by Richard Barker; arranged for vio- 
lin by H. Hermanson; for piano by 
F. W. Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 862 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17820, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Follow in the steps of Jesus. Words by 
Mrs. Carrie E. Breck ; music by J. H. 
Tenney. 863 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18024, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Follow now ! Words by Elisha A. Hoff- 
man; music by E. S. Lorenz. 864 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18012, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Following. Words by L. Gedicke ; music 

by R. Frank Lehman. 865 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 18328, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Forever and ever. Words by W. C. 

Martin ; music by E. S. Lorenz. 866 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no". 18013, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Forward. Words and music bv E. C. 

Avis. 867 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18016, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Forward moves the army. Words by 
Mrs. R. N. Turner; music by J. H. 
Tenney. 868 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899,no. 17977, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Forward, ye soldiers. Words by Alice 
Jean Cleator; music by R. Frank Leh- 
man. 869 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1899, no. 18010, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Free salvation. Words and music by 

George E. Myers. 870 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17990, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

From day to day. Words by Mrs. F. G. 

Burroughs; music by E. S. Lorenz. 871 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Davton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 17976, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Gath'ring roses for her hair. Words and 
music by Paul Dresser. 872 

Copyright by Howlev, Havilaud & 
co., New York. 1899, no.' 15230, Feb. 25 ; 
1 copy rec'd Feb. 25, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd 
Apr. 5, 1899. 

Gently lead us. Words by Thos. Has- 
tings; music by J. M. Blose. 873 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18026, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Give God the glory. Words and music 
by Jos. Wardle. 874 
Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no* 11208, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Give to God the glory. Words by E. C. 
Macartney; music by HowardE. Smith. 

875 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899,no.l7973, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

God our protector. Words and music by 

Win. Edie Marks. 876 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 17986, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

God's hand on ours. Words by Alice 

Armstrong; music by H. W. Porter. 

877 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18329, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Gospel (The) call. Words by W. A. Og- 
den; music by Frank J. Robertson. 

878 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899. no. 18002, Mar 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Guide me. Words by Alice Jean Cleator ; 

music by K. Frank Lehman. 879 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 18008, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Hallelujah all the way. Words by Elisha 

A. Hotfinan; music bv E. S. Lorenz. 

880 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 17969, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 18. 9. 



Titles — Continued. 

Have you done your best lor Jesus? 
Words by Mrs. Lanta Wilson Smith; 
music by E. S. Lorenz. 881 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no*. 18327, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

He redeemed me. Words and music by 

E. C. Avis. 882 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18021, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

He shall sustain thee. Words by Mrs. 
Lanta Wilson Smith; music by R. 
Frank Lehman. " 883 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1699, no. 18032, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

He will care for me. Words by Martha 
Mills Newton; music by Adam Geibel. 

884 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1899, no. 17984, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

He will not fail me. Words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; music by J. H. Ten- 
ney. 885 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18273, Mar. 10'; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Hear us, Lord. Response. Music by 

Franz Holtz. 866 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. " 1899, no. 17871*, Mar. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Heathen (The) are calling. Words by 
Helen E. Rasmussen; music by J. H. 
Tenney. 887 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18038, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
j 

j Heavenly joys. Words by W. Bennett; 

music by Adam Geibel. 888 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18022, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I Helping all the while. Words by D. E. 

Lorenz; music by E. S. Lorenz. 889 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 18299, Mar. 10: 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Her memory brings me no regret. By 
Chas. Graham ; arranged for violin by 
H. Hermanson; for "piano by F. W. 
Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 890 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17828, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued . 

Honey dat I love so well. By Harry 
Freeman; arranged for violin by H. 
Hermanson; for piano by F. W. Mea- 
cham and Chas. Pratt. 891 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17812, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Honey, you'se ma lady love. By Nat. 
Mann; arranged for violin by H. Her- 
manson; for piano by F. W. Meacham 
and Chas. Pratt. 892 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 18*99, no. 17809, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

How sweet the moments roll. Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 893 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. - 1899, no. 14201, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

How would you like a situation? Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 894 

Copyright bv Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14193, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

I am going to believe it. Words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck ; music by Harry Grey. 

895 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no". 18000, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I am happy in Jesus. Words and music 

by Wm. Edie Marks. 896 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17979, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I am pressing toward the goal. Words 

and music by Wm. Edie Marks. 897 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18310, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I come to Thee. Words and music by J. 

P. Stahl. 898 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18005, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I have trusted in Thy mercy. Words by 
Ida L. Reed; music by Adam Geibei. 

899 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18330, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I know. Words by Emma Pitt; music 

by H. W. Porter. 900 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18298, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

rlay me down to rest. Anthem for even- 
ing. Frank H. Brackett. 901 
Copyright by B. F. Wood music co.. 
Boston. 1899, no. 17870% Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

I love you best of all. By Wm. Loraine ; 
arranged for violin by H. Hermanson ; 
for piano by F. W. Meacham and Chas. 
Pratt. 902 

Copyright by M. Witmark .& sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17811, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

I love you in the same old way. By J. 
W. Bratton ; arranged for violin by 
H. Hermanson: for piano by F. W. 
Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 903 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17815, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

I need the light. Words by Mrs. Helen 

Dungan ; music by J. M. Dungan. 904 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1899, no'. 18326, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I seek Thee. Arranged for voice by F. 
Liidke. Prayer by Theodor Korner: 
and celebrated marches for piano, by 
Beethoven and Chopin. 905 

Copyright by Ferdinand Liidke, New 

York. 1899, no. 17186, Mar. 6; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

I then shall ride Death's pale horse. 

Words and music by Jos. Wardle. 906 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14191, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
I will trust in Thee. Words by Priscilla 
J. Owens; music by E. S. Lorenz. 907 

Copyright by E. S. Loreuz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no! 18276, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
I'll bless Thee every day. Words by 
Priscilla J. Owens; music by E. S. Lo- 
renz. 908 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton. 

Ohio. * 1899, no'. 17974, Mar. 9 ; 2 conies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

I'll go with Thee. Words by A. H. Sem- 

bower; music by J. W. Hughes. 909 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17980, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
In command. March and two-step, by 
J. Ben Micbaelis ; arranged for violin by 
H. Hermanson ; for piano by F. W. 
Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 910 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17824, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

In the barracks. March and two-step, 
by J. A. Silberberg ; arranged for violin 
by H. Heriuanson : for piano by F. W. 
Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 911 

Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17823, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

In the home country of our King. Words 
by Emma A. Tiffany; music bv Adam 
Geibel. 912 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18284, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

In the study of the Word. Words by 
John O. Foster: music bv Chas. H. 
Gabriel. 913 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18278, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus at the helm. Words by Mrs. H. D. 
Carmichael; music by J. H. Tenney. 

914 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18011, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus, I love Thee. Words and music 

by J. B. Lawrence. 915 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899. no. 17993, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13,1899. 

Jesus is my all-sufficient Saviour. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 916 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no.' 14216, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Jesus is willing. Words by M. E. Shorey ; 

music by H. W. Porter." 917 

Copvright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio.' 1899,no*. 17983, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus lifted up. Words by John R. Clem- 
en ts; music by W. A. Ogden. 918 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18306, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus! O Jesus! save! O save me! Words 
and music by A. N. Keigwin. 919 

Copyright by Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia, 1898, no. 66982, Nov. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 25, 1898. 

Jesus, precious Jesus. Words by Eliza- { 
beth J. Hafeley; music by H. W. Por- 
ter, 920 I 

Copyright by E S. Lorenz, Dayton, ! 
Ohio. 1899,no. 18009, Mar. 9: 2 copies j 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jesus saves. Words by Mary J. Cart- 
wright; music by E. L. Ashford. 921 
Copvright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. " 1899, no*. 18004, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus took it all away. Words and mu- 
sic by Wm. Edie Marks. 922 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18314, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus will help me. Words and music 

by Wm. Edie Marks. 923 

Copyright by E. S Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18321, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Journeying to promised Canaan. Words 

and music by Wm. Edie Marks. 924 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18027, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Just for you. Words by Mrs. H. D. Car- 
michael ; music by J. H. Tenney. 925 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18332, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Just one girl. By Lyn Udall; arranged 
for violin by H. Heriuanson ; for piano 
by F. W. Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 

926 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17816, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1S99. 
Keep silence before Him. Opening sen- 
tence. E. S. Lorenz. 927 
Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18037, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13,1899. 
Labor on. Words by Alice 'eanCleator; 
music by R. Frank Lehman. 928 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18020, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Learn of Jesus. Words by Alice Jean 
Cleator: music bv R. Frank Lehman. 

929 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18291, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Least (The) of these. Words by Julia H. 

Johnston; music by E. S. Lorenz. 930 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18323, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Let all the earth awake and sing. Words 

by Mrs. R. N, Turner; music by Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. 931 

Copyright bv Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. '1899. no, 15224, Feb. 25; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Let the redeemed of the Lord say so. 
Words and music by Wm. Edie Marks. 

932 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18336, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Let ns carry the sunshine. Words by 
Ella Hall ; music by Geo. Marks Evans. 

933 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18319, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lift up the banner. Words by Mrs. Frank 

A. Breck ; music by E. S. Lorenz. 934 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18015, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Light (The) of the soul is Jesus. Words 
by Mrs. Helen Duugan ; music by J. M. 
Dungan. 935 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18295, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Little iunocent. Gavotte, by Theo. 
Bendix; arranged for violin by H. Her- 
manson ; for piano by F. W. Meacham 
and Chas. Pratt. 936 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17822, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Little soldiers. Words by Mary B. 

Shuss; music by J. H. Ruebus.i. 937 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18025, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Little (A) talk with Jesus. Words ar- 
ranged: music by Fred. A. Fillmore. 

938 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18300, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lord (The) is on my side. Words by 
W. O. Cushing ; music by J. H. Tenney. 

939 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no". 18275, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lord (The) our banner. Words by 
Marian Froelich ; music by G. Froelich. 

910 j 

Copyrii>ht by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18340, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies j 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Make some other heart rejoice. Music j 

by Joseph Baunach. 941 | 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899,no. 18305, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mammy's little pumpkin-colored coons. 
By Hillman &. Perrin; arranged for 
violin bv H. Hermanson; for piano by 
F. W. Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 942 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17810, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Marching to the goal. Words by G. M. 

Bills ; music by M. L. McPhail. 943 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18287, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mazurka de concert, for violin and piano, 

by Henri Ern : op. 8. 944 

Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 

1899, no. 14776, Feb. 23; 1 copy rec'd 

Feb. 23, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd Apr. 14, 1899. 

More and more. Words by Mrs. F. G. 
Burroughs; music by Adam Geibel. 

945 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18018, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

My coal-black lady. By W. T. Jefferson ; 
arranged for violin by H. Hermanson; 
for piano by F. W. Meacham and Chas. 
Pratt, 946 

Copyright by M. Witmark &, sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 18717, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

My heart is glad. Words by Mrs. W. J. 

Kennedy ; music by E. C. Avis. 947 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18296, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

My heart is the shore. Words by Eugene 
Field; music by Ernest M. Farmer. 

948 
Copyright by Ernest M. Farmer, 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 11502% Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 9, 1899. 

My home. Words by Warren M. Smith ; 

music by H. W. Porter. 949 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no. 17965, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

My life, my light, my way. Words by 
Ida M. Budd; music by Chas. H.Ga- 
briel. 950 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17988, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

My Saviour divine. Contralto solo and 
chorus, from Handel, adapted and ar- 
ranged by J. W. Simpson. 951 
Copyright by J. W. Simpson, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 1899, no. 14756*, Feb. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

My Savior's blessed face. Words and 

'music by J. W. Hughes. 952 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. ' 1899, no. 17985, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

ree'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

No longer cry, they did not die. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 953 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14199, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Nothing too hard for the Lord. Words 
by Mrs. F. G. Burroughs; music by 
Adam Geibel. 954 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, do". 18338, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

O, while I was musing. Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 955 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14221, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Oh, could we hear. Words by Geo. J. 
Runion; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 

956 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18333, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Olcott's fly song, by Chauncey Olcott; 
arranged for violiD by H. Hermanson; 
for piano by F. W. Meacham aDd Chas. 
Pratt. 957 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sous, 
New York. 1899, no. 17832, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Olcott's home song, by Chauncey Olcott; 
arranged for violin by H. Hermanson; 
for piano by F. W. Meacham and Chas. 
Pratt. 958 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17818, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

On the border. An der greuze. Chorus 
for mixed voices, by Siduev C. Durst. 

959 

Copyright by Geo. B. Jeunings co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 3495, Jan. 7; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 26, 1899. 

One more Sabbath farther on. Words 

by Jennie Wilson; music by E. S. 

Lorenz. 960 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton. 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18317, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Peaceful and calm. Words by M. E. 

Shorey; music by H. W. Porter. 961 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, do. 18031, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Ti tles—C outiDiied . 

Port (The) of rest. Words by W. C. 

Martio; music by E. S. Lorenz. 962 

Copyright by E. S. LoreDz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17982, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Praise God. Words by H. F. James; 

music by E. S. Lorenz. 963 

Copyright by E. S. Loreoz, Daytou, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17987, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Praise Him ever. Words by Priscilla J. 

Owens; music by D. E. Lorenz. 964 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18309, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Pretty Polly Pearley. Words and music 
by Chas. H. Harris. Arranged by F. 
W. Meachan. 965 

Copyright by Chas. H. Harris, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 64308 s , Nov. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

Primrose waltz, by George T. Gold- 
thwaite. [Piano.] 966 

Copyright by George T. Goldthwaite, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19010, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Put your trolley on the sky. Words and 
music by Jack Morrison. 967 

Copyright by E. M. Farmer, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 11503, Feb. 9: 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 9, 1899. 

Ready when the King comes in. Words 
byElishaA. Hoffman; music by E. S. 
Lorenz. 968 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18302, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Resting on the promises. Words by W. 
O. Cushing; music by J. Howard 
Entwisle. 969 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18320, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Roll the cause along. Words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; music by E. S. Lorenz. 

970 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Day ton, 
OhioT 1899, no. 18334, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Sadie, my lady. By J. W. Bratton ; ar- 
ranged for violin by H. Hermanson ; for 
piano by F. W. Meacham and Chas. 
Pratt. 971 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17830, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



184 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Sailing- o'er life's ocean. Words by 

Birdie Bell ; music by E. S. Lorenz. 972 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17970, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Savior's (The) side. Words by M. 

Bridges; music by E. S. Lorenz. 973 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18282, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Seeking for me. Words by Ada Blenk- 

horn; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 974 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18007, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Send the gospel light. Words and music 

by E. C. Avis. 975 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18285, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Send the message forth. Words and 

music by J. A. Parks. 976 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18029, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Settle the question. Words by Elisha 
A. Hoffman; music by Arthur W. Nel- 
son. 977 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899. no'. 18292, Mar. 10 : 2 copies 
rec'd Mar 13, 1899. 

Shepherd (The). Words by M. E. Shorey ; 

music by H. W. Porter. 978 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17998, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'cl Mar. 13, 1899. 

She's been a mother to me. By J. W. 
Bratton; arranged for violin by H. 
Hermanson ; for piano by F. W. Mea- 
cham and Chas. Pratt. 979 

Copyright by M. Witmark &, sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17829, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Shining (The) way. Words by Llewel- 
lyn A. Morrison; music by R. Frank 
Lehman. 980 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18014, Mar. 9'; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Since I gave my heart to Jesus. Words 
by Mrs. Frank A. Breck; music by 
Frank J. Robertson. 981 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17978, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Since I put myself in Jesus' hands. 
Words and music by Jos. Wardle. 982 
Copyright bv Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14210, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Sing a little song of Jesus. Words by 
John R. Clements; music bv E S. 
Lorenz. 983 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz. Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no! 18281, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Sins are all pardoned. Words and music 
by Jos. Wardle. 984 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 14218, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Some day (The) by and by. Words and 
music by A. Edwin Keigwin. 985 

Copyright by Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 66984, Nov. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 25, 1898. 
Some other day. Words and music bv 
J. A. Parks. * 986 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17995, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Something for my Savior. Words by 
Jennie Wilson; music by John Tib- 
balls. 987 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17989, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Song (A) of heaven. Words by A. H. 
Sembower; music by J. W. Hughes. 

988 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18035, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Song of the soldiers. Words by Chas. G. 
Halpine ; music by G. H. Malech. 989 
Copyright by Gustave Herman Ma- 
lech, San Francisco. 1899, no. 14626, 
Feb. 23; 1 copy rec'd Feb. 23, 1899; 
1 copy rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 
Speed them on. Words by Jennie Wil- 
son; music by Adam Geibel. 990 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no. 18294, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Spirit, hear my prayer. Words and music 
byE. C.Avis. 991 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18039, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Spirit with God. Words and music bv 
Jos. Wardle. 992 
Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 14195, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



185 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Take my all. Words by Mrs. F. G. Bur- 
rough's; music by E. S. Loreuz. 993 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18313, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Take up thy cross. "Words and music 
by Chas. H. Gabriel. 994 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton. 
Ohio. 1899, no". 18339, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Tell the story sweet and olden. Words 
by Palmer Hartsough; music by Finley 
Lyon. 995 

Copyright by E. S. Loreuz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18312, Mar. 10 : 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Ten thousand hearts are bowing. Words 
by W. O. Cushing; music bv W. A. 
Ogden. 996 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio? 1899, no. 18307, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

That wonderful hand. Words by Flora 

Kirkland; music by E. S. Lorenz. 997 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18308. Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

That's when you learn to love them more 
and more. J. W. Blake; arranged for 
violin bv H. Hermanson; for piano by 
F. W. Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 998 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17819, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

There'll not be a shadow up there. Words 
by A. Edwin Keigwiu ; music by Arthur 
Radcliffe. 999 

Copyright by Hall-Mack co.. Phila- 
delphia. 18hH, no. 66981, Nov. 15 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 25, 1898. 



There's a better day. 
by E. C. Avis. 
Copyright by E. 



Words and music 
1000 
S. Lorenz, Dayton, 



Ohio. 1899, no. 18030, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Thou alone. Words by Mrs. Annie S. 

Hawks; music by E. S. Lorenz. 1001 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18337, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

To make men free. (For men's yoices.) 
Words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck; music 
by John Tibballs. 1002 

Copyright by E. S. Loreuz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899. no. 18277, Mar. 10 : 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Toiling up the way. Words and music 

by E. C. Evans. 1003 

Copvright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. " 1899, no. 17971, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Touch the hem of His garment. Words 
bv Martha White; music by J. M. 
Duugan. 1004 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18311, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Trust Him evermore. Words by Ida M. 
Budd; music bv Chas. H. Gabriel. 

1005 
Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. * 1899, no'. 18297, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Trust in God and do your duty. Words 
by Mrs. Martha Mills Newton; music 
by E. S. Lorenz. 1006 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18001, Mar. 9 : 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Trusting in the Mighty One. Words by 
G. M. Bills ; music by M. L. McPhail 

K 107 
Copyright by E. S. Loreuz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899. no. 18280. Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Try to be like Jesus. Words by Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; music by John Tib- 
balls. 1008 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899. no. 18003, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13. 1899. 

Uncle Eufus' cake walk. Characteristic 
march and two-step, by Ellis R. 
Ephraim. 1009 

Copvright by Baltimore music co.. 
Baltimore. 1898, no. 44198, July 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 10, 1898. 
Vesper hymn, no. 2. Written and com- 
posed by George Rett. London. No- 
vello & co., ltd. 1010 

Copyright bv Novello & co.. ltd.. 
London. 1898', no. 60002, Oct. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 12, 1898. 
Voice (The) of melody. A collection of 
sacred songs, edited by E. S. Lorenz. 

1011 

Copyright bv E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 

Ohio. 1899. no'. 11610, Feb. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Voice (The) of the spirit. Words by 

Emma Pitt: music bv H. W. Porter. 

1012 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Davton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18322. Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13. 1899. 



186 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Walk along with Jesus. Words by Mrs. 

L. M. Beal Bateman ; music by E. S. 

Lorenz. 1013 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18293, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Watch! Words by Warren M. Smith; 

music by H. W. Porter. 1014 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. " 1899, no. 18283, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Water, pure and free. Duet for ladies' 

voices. Words by W. Bennett; music 

by Adam Geibel. " 1015 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899. no. 18028, Mar. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
We have heard Thee knocking. Words 

by Mrs. L. M. Beal Bateman;" music by 

E. S. Lorenz. 1016 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18325, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
We shall gather over Jordan. Words and 

music by Wm. Edie Marks. 1017 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18288, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
We will look death in the face. Words 

and music by Jos. Wardle. 1018 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 14197, Feb. 20; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 
Welcome (The) guest. Words by Annie 

S. Hawks ; music by E. S. Lorenz. 1019 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18289, Mar. 10; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Whatever you want I will do. Words 

and music by E. C. Avis. 1020 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18316, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
When Jesus knocks. Words by Mrs. 

H. D. Carmichael; music by J. H. 

Tenney. 1021 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17981, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
When the Bridegroom calleth. Words 

by G. M. Bills; music by M. L. 

McPhail. 1022 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. * 1899, no 18006, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
When the King comes iu. Words and 

music by Jos. Wardle. 1023 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899. no. 14189, Feb. 20; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

t 

When we work for Jesus. Words and 

music by Wm. Edie Marks. 1024 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 17975, Mar. 9; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Why are the Easter bells ringing? 
Words by B. H. Winslow; music by 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 1025 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 15226, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Why linger away? Words by M. A. 
Holt; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 

1026 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17972, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

With Jesus, hand in hand. Words by 
Meta E. B. Thome; music by E. L. 
Ashford. 1027 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18023, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Wonderful love of the Father. Words 
by Wm. H. Gardner; music by Adam 
Geibel. 1028 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17996, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Wonderful (A) Savior. Words by M. 
Cummings; music by J. H. Kosecrans. 

1029 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18036, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Wyoming march, by E. Mack. 1030 

Copyright by J. Starr Holloway, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 17121*, Mar. 
6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Yes, Jesus has a way of his own. Words 
and music by Jos. W T ardle. 1031 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14204, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Yes, we will. Words by Elisha A. Hoff- 
man ; music by John Tibballs. 1032 
Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18318, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

You'll never find another love like mine. 
By Chas. Horwitz; arranged for violin 
by H. Herinanson; for piano by F. W. 
Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 1033 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17827, Mar. 8 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



187 



V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

( Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see end ot 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adrian, Nobles county, Minn. 178 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd.. New York. 1899, no. 17672, 
Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

All- American route, showing proposed 
railroad and U. S. Government mail 
road to the Yukon. 179 

Copyright by O. P. Anderson map 
and blue print co., inc., Seattle, Wash. 
1899, no. 16783, Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 



Braggs, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 
1899. 



Feb., 

180 



Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co , ltd.. New York. 1899, no. 17667, 
Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Enterprise, Choctaw nation, Ind. T. Feb., 

1899. 181 

Copyright by Sanbo n Perris map 

co , ltd., New York. 1899, no. 17668, 

Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Eufaula, Creek nation, Ind. T. Feb., 

1899. 182 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 17669, 

Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

Fort Gibson, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 

Feb., 1899. 183 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, uo. 18357, 

Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Illinois Station, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. 

Feb., 1899. 184 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 17670, 

Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

! Oldenburg, Franklin county, Ind. Feb., 

1899. 185 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 17671, 

Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Sallisa.w, Cherokee nation, Ind. T. Feb., 

1899. 186 

Copyright bv Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 1835S, 

Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10. 1899. 

| Winter camps of the U. S. army. 187 

Copyright by J. C. Haile, Savannah. 

1898, no. 68862, Nov. 25 ; 1 copy rec'd 

Nov. 25, 1898; 1 copy rec'd Mar. 8, 

1899. 



VI. ENGRAVINGS, GUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically b.y titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Adams (John). 92 

Copyright by James D. Eichardson, 
Mnrfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18762, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Adams ( J. Q.) 93 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Mnrfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18766, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Advice. 94 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1899, no. 17681, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Arthur (C. A.) 95 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Mnrfreesboro, Teun. 1899, no. 18781, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Baptismal fonts, nos. 785-788. 96 

Copyright by Semann-YVangerin 
co., Milwaukee. 1899, no. 19039, Mar. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Before they were stranded. 97 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17690, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Boss (The) of Richmond. 98 

Copyright by John W. Guiteau, New 
York. 1899, no. 18486, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Buchanan (James). 99 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899. no. 18775^ 
Mar. 13. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



188 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Burgo (Walter). 100 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1899, no. 18371, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Classified (A) botanical garden. 101 

Copyright by James MacPherson, 
Trenton, N.J. 1899, no. 19152, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Cleveland (Grover). 102 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18782, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Coming through the golden grain. 103 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

17479, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 
1899. 

Compiegne. 1810. 104 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

17480, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 
1899. 

Crew of the "Brooklyn" after the battle, 

July 3, 1898. 105 

Copyright by George E. Graham, 

New York. 1899, no. 18179, Mar. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Crew of the "Brooklyn" cheering the 
"Oregon" as she fired on the "Colon." 

106 
Copyright by George E. Graham, 
New York. 1899, no. 18181, Mar. 10 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Critical (The) customers. 107 

Copyright by Procter and Gamble 
co., Cincinnati. 1899, no. 20334," Mar. 
20 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Dan Cupid's penance. 108 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,'New York. 1899, no. 17682, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Difficult (A) case. 109 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17697, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. 24. 110 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 19021, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Embalmed. Ill 

Copyright by Ark ell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18600, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Embroidery (An). 112 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant «& co., New York. 1899, no. 

17484, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 

1899. 

Entangled. 113 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant <fc co., New York. 1899, no. 

17481, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 

1899. 

Expected (An) visit. 114 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

17477, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 

1899. 

Fancy free. 115 

Copyright by Thomas Agnew &. sons, 
London. 1899, no. 17058, Mar, 6 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Fillmore (Millard). 116 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18773, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Fontainebleau, 1807. 117 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant <fc co., New York. 1899, no. 

17486, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 

1899. 

Fonts, nos. 789, 790. 118 

Copyright by Semann-Wangerin co., 
Milwaukee, 1899, no. 19041, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Friend (A) in need. 119 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899,no. 17686, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Garfield (J. A.) 120 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, 'Tenn. 1899, no. 18780, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Gaston. 121 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18367, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Georgina. 122 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18361, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Geraldine. 123 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18366, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Gertrude. 124 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18364, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



189 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Gladys. 125 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18365, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Gothic altar, nos. 761-767. 126-132 

Copyright bv Semann-Wangerin co., 

Milwaukee. 1899, nos. 19034, 19028, 

19037, 19025, 19032, 19022, 19033, Mar. 13 ; 

2 copies each rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Gothic altar and pulpit, no. 760. 133 
Copyright by Semarm-Wangerin co., 
Milwaukee. 1899, no. 19031, Mar. 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Gothic altar and pulpit combined, nos. 
773-776. 134-137 

Copyright bv Semann-Wangerin co., 
Milwaukee. 1899, nos. 19024, 19026, 
19023, 19027, Mar. 13; 2 copies each 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Gothic pulpit, nos. 770-772. 138-140 

Copyright by Semanu-Wangerin co., 

Milwaukee. 1899, nos. 19035, 19029, 

19036, Mar. 13; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 

13, 1899. 

Gothic pulpit, uo. 768, and gothic pulpit 

no. 769. 141 

Copyright by Semann-Wangerin co., 

Milwaukee. 1899,no. 19030, Mar. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Grace. 142 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt. 
New York. 1899, no. 18360, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Grant (U.S.) 143 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, 'Tenn. 1899, no. 18778, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Gratia, 144 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18363, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1898. 

Gretchen. 145 

Copyright by William P. Ahnelt, 
New York. 1899, no. 18362, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Hard lines in the profession. 146 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. " 1899, no. 18601, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 



rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



147 



Harrison (Benj.) 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, j 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18783, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — C ontinued . 

Harrison (W. H.) 148 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18769, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Hayes (R.B.) 149 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18779, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

He meets the attack. 150 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17695, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

He missed his chance. 151 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17687, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Her new protector. 152 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17679, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

His best and only terms. 153 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17689, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

His preference. 154 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17698, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Homestead (The) pets. 155 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

17485, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 

1899. 

Ho-po in a fix. 156 

Copyright bv Wm. Abele, Paterson, 
N.J. 1 897, no. 38319, June 30 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

I told you so ! 157 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 
17482, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 
1899. 
Imperiled (The) republic. 158 

Copyright by William Nye Means, 
Williamston, Mich. 1898, no. 73094, 
Dec. 15; 1 copy rec'd Jan. 14, 1899; 1 
copy rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Implied (An) opinion. 159 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inami, New York. 1899, no. 17694, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

" Indiana" and "Texas" firing at the 

"Oquendo." 160 

Copyright by George E. Graham, 

New York. 1899, no. 18182, Mar. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



190 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jackson (Andrew). 161 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18767, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jefferson (Thomas). 162 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18763, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Johnson (Andrew). 163 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, 'Tenn. 1899, no. 18777, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Keen-scented (The) redskin. 164 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17693, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Lincoln (A.) 165 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18776, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Liquid measure. 166 

Copyright by Keppler & Sckwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17696, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

McKinley (William). 167 

Copvright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18784, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Madison (James). 168 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18764, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Maine (The) idea, 169 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18598, Mar. 11: 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Mean (A) " critter." 170 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. " 1890, no". 18599, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Meeting at the fountain. 171 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

17476, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mestyr. 172 

Copyright by John W. Guiteau, New 
York. 1899, no. 18487, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1898. 

Mind the bucket. 173 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

17483, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Modern military tactics; our major-gen- 
eral and bis staff'. 174 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17691, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Monroe (James). 175 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18765, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Natural disadvantages. 176 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17683, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

O'Donnell (Billy). 177 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1899, no. 18369. Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Offer (An) accepted. 178 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17681, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Pierce (Franklin). 179 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18774, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Primmer (Billy). 180 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1899, no. 18370, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Polk (James K.) 181 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, 'Tenn. 1899, no. 18771, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Rival beauties. 182 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant <fc co., New York. 1899, no. 

17478, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 7,1899. 

Safe. 183 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17692, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Schley and Ellis at the conning towers. 

181. 
Copyright by George E. Graham, 
New York. 1899, no. 18180, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Set of Roman altar, pulpit, baptismal 
font, and hymn 'board, nos. 777, 778. 

185, 186 

Copyright by Semann-Wangerin co., 

Milwaukee. 1899, nos. 19038, 19040, 

Mar. 13: 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 13, 

1899. 



191 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Smith (Solly). 187 

Copyright by Richard K. Fox, New 
York. 1899, no. 18368, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Superior white Wyandottes. 188 

Copyright by H. Clement, Rochester, 
Minn. 1899, no. 18785, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Tassis (Marie Louise de). 189 

Copyright by Thomas Agnew& sons, 
London. 1899", no. 17059, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Taylor (Zachary). 190 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18772, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Thing (The) most needed. 191 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17685, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Tipsy (The) tippler's terrible time. 192 
Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1898, no. 17699, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Tyler (John). 193 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18770, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Usual (The) way. 194 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 17688, Mar. 
7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

VanBuren (M.) 195 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18768, 
Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Washington (G.) 196 

Copyright by James D. Richardson, 
Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1899, no. 18761, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

What was lacking. 197 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 17680, Mar. 
7; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Where we have watched God's hammer 
forging history, etc. Feature cut 11, 
1899. 198 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 19042, Mar. 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Audubon bird chart. 



44 



Copyright by Massachusetts Audu- 
bon society, Boston. 1898, no. 73931, 
Dec. 17; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 16, 1898. 

Children's pranks. 45 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. "1899, no. 18382, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Cupid's rosebud. 16 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899,no. 18380, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Disappointment. 47 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. "1899, no. 18378, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 



Fanchette. 48 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18374, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

18859— Vol. 18, No. 3 3 



Titles — Continued. 



49 



Freaks. 18- sheet, 99 B. 77. 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no 18604, Mar. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Gathering violets. 50 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 18379, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Holly time. 51 

Copyright by Koerner &. Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18377, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Inspiration. 52 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 17551, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Leo XIII. 53 

Copyright by George H. Walker & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 18372, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



192 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Little girl blue. 54 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18376, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Little (The) sail-makers. 55 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18383, Mar. 10: 2 copies 
rec 7 d Mar. 10, 1899. 

Little (The) teacher. 56 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18384, Mar. 10;*2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

New freaks. 1-sheet, 99 B. 76. 57 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 18607, Mar. 11 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 11 



On the beach. 



58 



Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, uo. 18387, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Portraits and lettering. 
74. 



3-sheet, 99 B. 
59 



Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 16287, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Railroad. 1-sheet, 99 B. 75. 60 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 18606, Mar. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Railroad and tents. 99 B. 54. 61 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 18609, Mar. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Ready for church. 62 

Copyright bv Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18373, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Rural pastimes. 63 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18386, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Schusler (John). Bock-beer design. 64 
Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 17765, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Seal-brown eyes. 65 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, 

Buffalo. 1899, no. 18375, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Seashore sprites. 66 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New- 
York. 1899, no. 17552, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 
Sleighing. 67 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18388, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Snow-balling. 68 

Copyright by Koerner & Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18385, Mar. 10 ; ^2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Supplication. 69 

Copyright by Gray litho. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17550, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



Tamine' birds. 



70 



Copyright by Koerner <fe Hayes, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 18381, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

U.S. navy. 1st class battleships " Indi- 
ana," " Oregon," and " Massachusetts." 

71 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1898, no. 72971, Dec. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Werner (The) company. 72 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 18042, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Afraid of the goldfish. 203. 267 

Copyright by T. W. lngersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76281, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Afternoon by the sea. 268 

Copyright bv Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17779,~ Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

And she didn't say a word. 274. 269 
Copyright by T. W. lngersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76335, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

And the old raft rolled over. 256. 270 
Copvright by T. W. lngersoll, St. 
Paul. " 1898, no. 76318, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



193 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 



Anxious Cupid. 266. 



271 



Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76327, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

April (An) day. 272 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17813,' Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

As the train drew up. 273 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899. no. 19059,' Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar! 13, 1899. 

At play. 838. 274 

Copyright by A. S. Campbell, Eliza- 
beth, N.J. 1899, no. 18391, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Atlantic City beach and steel pier. 239. 

275 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76308, Dec. 27 ; 2 conies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Basket of sweet peas. 228. 276 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76299, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Before the bath hour. 251. 277 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. " 1898, no! 76315, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Belle (The) of the fancy ball. 235. 278 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76304, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Bilish, Tony Lee, and Keet. 279 

Copyright by K. T. Dodge, Washing- 
ton. 1899, no. 9444. Jan. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Birthplace of Franklin Pierce. 280 

Copyright by Delmont E. Gordon, 
Hillsboro Bridge, Mass. 1899, no. 18620, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Bowl of pinks. 232. 281 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76301, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Brown's in town. 282 

Copyright by H. C. Miner litho. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 69708, Nov. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Cafe Mauresque, Algeria. 283 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17777, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Camel driver from Punjab. 284 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17776,' Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Caught napping. 261 a. 285 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76322, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Chasing butterflies among the flowers. 

198. 286 

Copyright bv T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76277, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Churchyard (The). 287 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19066. Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. ' 

Cluster of lily auratum. 223. 288 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76296, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Collyer (Dr. Robert), nos. 1-3. 289-291 
Copyright by Geo. G. Bain, New 
York. 1899, nos. 18396-18398, Mar. 10; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Columbia (Miss.) 197. 292 

Copyright bv T. VV. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76276, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27,1899. 

Columbia and her new family. 233, 234. 

293 294 
Copyright bv T. W. Ingersoll/ St. 
Paul. 1898, nos. 76302,76303, Dec. 27; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Come on, boys. 193. 295 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76273, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Composition, nos. 473, 533, 577,584,485. 

296-300 
Copyright by Armour co., Chicago. 
1899, nos. 17909-17913, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

nos. 483, 534, 537, 519, 500. 301-305 

Copyright bv E. Donald Roberts, De- 
troit. 1899, n6s. 17904-17908, Mar. 9; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

no. 555. 306 

Copyright by A. R. Bremer, Chicago. 
1899, no. 17903, Mar. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Cup of death. (Largest negative. ) 3,07 
Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 18054, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



194 

PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

"Daisies." 308 

Copyright by James Arthur. Detroit. 

1899. no. 18618. Mar. 11 : 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 11, 1899. 

Dance (The). 212. 309 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 



Paul. 1898, no. 76288, Dec. 2" 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



copies 



"'Deed chil' I didn't know yous was da." 

189. 310 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no.' 76269, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Dewey's (Admiral) commission. 311 

Copyright by Frances B. Johnston, 
Washington. 1899, no. 18055, Mar. 9 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Do you think pa can read it? 312 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no.' 76290, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Dolly's bedtime. 209. 313 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. " 1898, no. 76285, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
reed Feb. 27, 1899. 
Don't make him go fast. 190. 314 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no.' 76270, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Doubtful Cupid. 267. 315 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76328, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Early morning. 316 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17818,' Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 
Election returns. 317 

Copyright by Ores N. Kanney, Lock- 
port, X. Y. 1899, no. 18807, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Entering the fold. 318 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17817, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 
" Euterpe." 319 

Copyright by James Arthur, Detroit. 
1899, no. 18617^ Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1890. 
Eyening. 320 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17816, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 
Farewell. 321 

Copyright by JohnD. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19055," Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Fisher (The) maiden. 322 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17775. Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Flock (A) of sheep. 323 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17815. Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Fun at Bath Beach. 257. 321 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76319, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Galland (Bertha), no. 25. 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 325 

nos. 26, 27. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 

1899. 326. 327 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, Xew York. 
1899, nos. 17707-17709. Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 9 and 16, 1899. 

Garden of the Gods, gateway. 328 

Copyright by Henry P. Baily, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 15288, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Gathering iris. 201. 329 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76279. Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Gathering water lilies. 255. 330 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. * 1898, no. 76317, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Gay (The) coquette. 273. 331 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. " 1898, no. 76331, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Gee! but this is a tight squeeze. 192. 

332 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76272, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Getting ready for a dip in the ocean. 215. 

333 
Cooyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul."* 1898, no. 76309, Dec. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Gloria or Flora. 331 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17771, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

"Gloucester" closing in on the Spanish 
torpedo boats. 335 

Copyright by Thomas C. Wood, New 
York. " 1899, no. 18183, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 10. 1899. 



195 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Ti ties — C ont i n u e d . 

Goddess (The) of liberty. 237. 336 

Copyright bv T. W. Ingersoll. St. 
Paul. * 1898, no/76306, Dec. 27 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27. 1899. 

Good-bye. my lover, sood-bye. 210. 

337 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898. no. 76286, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Hanua (Senator). 338 

Copyright by Frances B. Johnston, 
Washington. 1899, no. 18056, Mar. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Hayes (Judge John). 339 

Copyright bv Rudolph Wilhelni. New 
Ibrk. 1899, no. 18492. Mar. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec"d Mar. 13. 1899. 

He is risen. 834. 340 

Copyright by A. S. Campbell. Eliza- 
beth, X.J. 1899, no. 18394, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10. 1899. 

I guess I hit the mark this time. 265. 

341 
Copyright by T. "V. Ingersoll. St. 
Paul. 1898. no! 76326. Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

I just took a peep. 247 a. 342 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898. no.'76311. Dec. 27 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

I kissed away her tears. 343 

Copyright by John D. Cress. Chicago. 
1899. no. 19052.' Mar. 13 : 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

I kissed my mother. 344 

Copyright by John D. Cress. Chicago. 
1899, no. 19060, Mar. 13: 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

I left her at mv dear old mother's side. 

345 
Copyright by John D. Cress. Chicago. 
1899. no. 19053. Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

I missed the one. 346 

Copyright by John D. Cress. Chicago. 
1899. no. 19062. Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13. 1899. 

I want it all. 216. 347 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll. St. 
Paul. * 1898. no. 76392, Dec. 27 : 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27. 1899. 



Idle moments. 839. 



348 



Titles — Continued. 

Illustrations for song, "We were broth- 
ers. Jack and I." First verse. 349 

Second verse. 350 

Copyright bv John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899. nos. 19048. 19049. Mar. 13; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 13. 1899. 

In fancy ball costume. 236. 351 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll. St. 
Paul. * 1898. no. 76305, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

In the grove. 352 

Copyright by Foster bros.. Boston. 
1899. no. 17844.' Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 



In the mushroom caves. 218. 



353 



Copyright bv T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
PauL * 1898, no! 76294, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Intercession. 833. 354 

Copyright bv A. S. Campbell. Eliza- 

eth.X.J. 1x99. no. 183S 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Isn't it dinner time ? 211. 355 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898. no. 76287. Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Jones makes a discovery. 356 

Copyright by T. A. Edison, Orange. 
N.J. 1899, no. 17838, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Just a village down in sunny Tennessee. 

357 
Copyright bv John D. Cress. Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no! 19050. Mar. 13 : 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Just retribution. 262 b. 



353 



Copyright bv T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. * 1898. no." 76323, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27. 1899. 



Kneeling nun. 



359 



Copyright by A. S. Campbell, Eliza- 
beth. N. J. 1899, no. 18389, Mar. 10j 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Copyright bv K. T. Dodge. Washing- 
ton. 1899. no.' 9437. Jan. 30; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8. 1899. 

L company, 6th regt. inf., Mass., U. S. V. ; 
Spanish- American war, 1898-1899, on 
Statehouse steps just before being mus- 
tered out. Jan. 21. 1899. Boston, Mass. 

360 
Copyright by Robert Thomas Teamoh, 
Boston. 1899, no. 16784, Mar. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13. 1899. 

Lazarus. 8x10. 361 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899. no. 18624, Mar. 11:2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1- 



196 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Life's sweetest story. 362 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19058, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lincoln, Nebr. U. 28. State capitol. 

363 
Copyright by Truman W. Ingersoll, 
St. Paul. 1898, no. 76265, Dec. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Listening to Cupid's sweet message. 268. 

364 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76329, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Little Cupid. 264. 365 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76325, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Little Miss Moffitt. 



366 



Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76267, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Lost. 367 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17773, Mar. 8 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

" Lovers' leap," Cumberland narrows, 

Cumberland, Md. 368 

Copvright by Hiram Metzgar Wertz, 

Cumberland, Md. 1899, no. 18199, Mar. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Love's token. 272. 369 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll. St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76333, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Marinus Grimanus. 8 x 10. 370 

11x14. 371 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, nos. 18623, 18621, Mar. 11; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Meadow pool. 372 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17772, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 
Measuring yachts at the clubhouse dock. 
258. 373 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76320, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Meditation. 374 

Copyright by Leu brie & Elkus, New 
York. 1899, no. 17700, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 
Melpomene. 11 x 14. 375 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 18622, Mar. 11 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 



Titles — Continued. 

Midsummer (A) shower. 188. 376 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76268, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Mission San Juan Capistrano, California. 

59008. 377 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 18053, Mar. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mission Santa Barbara, California. 

59007. 378 

Copyright by Detroit photographic 

co., Detroit. 1899, no. 18052, Mar. 9; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mother and daughter. 379 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17778, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Mother's helper. 380 

Copyright by Singer mfg. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17768, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

My bride. 381 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19054, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

My old homestead. 382 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19056, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

My sweetheart. 383 

Copyright bv John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19051, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Nest (The) robber. 191. 384 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76271, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

None but the brave deserve the fair. 

208. 385 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76284, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Not a man in sight. 270. 386 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76331, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

November. 387 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 
1899, no. 17843, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Now, mind you don't flirt. 246. 388 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76310, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



197 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Off duty. 207. 389 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76283, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Oh ! don't let's get wet. 250. 390 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76314, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Oh! say, but it's hot. 271. 391 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76332, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Old friends gathered round. 392 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 

1899, no. 19061, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 
Omaha, Nebr. U. 1. New Burlington 

depot. 393 
U 2. Custom-house and post-office 

building, 16th st. 391 

U 3. Court-house. 395 

U 5. Paxton hotel, 14th and Farn- 

ham sts. 396 
U 8. New York life building, Farn- 

ham st. 397 
U 9. City hall, Bee, and New York 

life buildings. 398 

U 10. The lily pond, Hanscom park. 

899 
U 12. Under the willows, Hanscom 

park. 400 

U 14. Rustic bridge, Hanscom park. 

401 
U 21. Skinning sheep, Armour's, 

South Omaha. 402 
U 22. Dressing sheep, Armour's, 

South Omaha. 403 
U 23. Washing dressed sheep, Ar- 
mour's, South Omaha. 404 
U 24. Hogs in cooling room, Ar- 
mour's, South Omaha. 405 
U 25. Trying out lard, Armour's, 

South Omaha. 406 
U 26. Cleansing bones, Armour's, 

South Omaha. 407 

Copyright by Truman W. Ingersoll, 

St. Paul. 1898, nos. 76249-76256, 76258- 

76264, Dec. 27; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 

27, 1899. 
One stick of gum for two. 186. 408 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll. St. 

Paul. ' 1898, no. 76266, Dec. 27; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Our Alaskan sisters. 260. 409 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76321, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 
Our last batch. 410 

Copyright by Fred. H. Smith, Shelby, 

Ohio. 1898, no. 67815, Nov. 19 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Palms. 836. 411 

Copyright by A. S. Campbell, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. 1899, no. 18395, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Peace. 835. 412 

Copyright by A.S.Campbell, Eliza^- 
beth, N.J. 1899, no. 18393, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Peace memoriam. 41?' 

Copyright by Martin Stauch, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 8654, Jan. 27; 2 copies^ 
rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 

Picking mushrooms in the caves. 219- 

414V 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76295, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Pierce (Franklin) and home. 415- 

Copyright by Delmont E. Gordon, 
Hillsboro Bridge, N. H. 1899, no. 18619,. 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Ready for Spain. 195. 416 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76275, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Returning home. 417 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston, 
1899, no. 17842, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Roosevelt (Col.) and party campaigning 

with special train. 1898. 418 

Copyright by Edgar L. Welch, 

Albany. 1898, no. 72995, Dec. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Roosevelt (Gov.) and legislative report- 

419 
420 
421 
ted ad- 
422 
Welch, 



ers. 

newspaper confidants. 

newspaper friends. 

Roosevelt's (Gov.) disintere 

visers — the reporters. 

Copyright by Edgar L 

Albany, N. Y. 1899, nos. 16614*, 16615*, 

16613*, 16616*, Mar. 3; 2 copies each 

rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Sadness came to me. 423 

Copyright b v John D. Cress, Chicago. 

1899, no. 19064^ Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

I 

St. Louis, Mo. S 1. Union station. 424 

S 4. Custom-house and post-office, 

Olive st. 425 

S 10. Court-house and St. Nicholas 

hotel. 426 

S 12. St. Louis levee; unloading 

steamers. 427 

S 13. St. Louis levee and bridge. 

428- 



198 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

St. Louis, Mo. S 14. Great bridge across 
Mississippi river. 429 

S 15. St. Louis levee ; unloading 

sugar. 430 

S 17, 18. St. Louis, Vancleventer 

place. 431, 432 

i S 19, 20. Forest park, pavilion re- 
flected in lake. 433, 434 

S 21. Forest park, the fountain and 

lake at sunset. 435 

S 22. Forest park; remember the 

"Maine." (Floral). 436 

S 23. Tower grove park, lily pond. 

437 
Copyright by Truman W. Ingersoll, 
St. Paul. 1898, nos. 76229-76242, Dec. 
27 ; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Sampson (Admiral W. T.) nos. 1-3. 

438-440 
Copyright bv B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 17710-17712, Mar 7; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Shaw's garden, St. Louis. S 24. From 
entrance to Shaw's garden. 441 

S 25. Entrance and cactus. 442 

S 26. Across lawn and greenhouse. 

443 

S 28. Flowers and statuary. 444 

S 29. Little girl on Victoria Nyanza 

lily leaf. " 445 

Copvright by Truman W. Ingersoll, 
St. Paul. 1898, nos. 76243-76245, 76247, 
76248, Dec. 27; 2 copies each rec'd Feb. 
27, 1899. 

She pointed to the spot. 446 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19065, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Shepherd's lane. 447 

Copyright by Foster bros., Boston. 

1899, no. 17841, Mar. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899. 

Snow (The) storm. 448 

Copyright by F. K. Lawrence, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19068, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Starting for Manila. 194. 449 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76274, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Story (The). 837. 450 

Copyright by A. S. Campbell, Eliza- 
beth, N.J. 1899, no. 18390, Mar. 10; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Study of Italian girl's head. 451 

Copyright by Henry Russell Rev- 
nolds.'jr., Boston. 1899, no. 18198, Mar. 
10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Summer (The) girl and Cupid. 269. 452 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76330, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Summer (The) girl's return. 263. 453 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76324, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Tea (The) party. 454 

Copyright by Singer mfg. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 17767, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

That's the time you are caught. 248 b. 

455 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76312, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Trying to weigh baby. 215. 456 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. ' 1898, no. 76291, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Vase of Bermuda Easter lilies. 225. 457 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76297, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Vase of La France roses. 227. 458 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76298, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Vase of rare orchids. 229. 459 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76300, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
Feb. 27, 1899. 



217. 



460 



Waiting for papa. 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76293, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Waiting for the crowd. 249. 461 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76313, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Wallace-Hopper (Edna), nos. 27, 28, 29. 

462-464 
Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 18043-18045; 2 copies each 
rec'd Mar. 9 and 11, 1899. 

What is it? nos. 1, 2, 3. 465-467 

Copyright by Richard W. Hashagen, 

St. Louis, Mo. 1899, nos. 18489-18491, 

Mar. 11; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 11, 

1899. 

When ma's away the children play. 213. 

468 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. " 1898, no. 76289, Dec. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



199 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

When the moon rose. 469 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19057, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899- 

"When two's company and three's a crowd. 

275. 470 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76336, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Where is Mary ? 471 

Copyright by John D. Cress, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19063, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Where the daisies grow the thickest. 

200. 472 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 

Paul. 1898, no. 76278, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Where the iris grow the largest. 202. 

473 
Copyright bv T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. "76280, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Where the poppies bloom. 204. 474 

Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76282, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Winter sports. 475 

Copyright by Ed. E. Vail, Marion, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 17771, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

You mean thing, that's no fair! 254. 

476 
Copyright by T. W. Ingersoll, St. 
Paul. 1898, no. 76316, Dec. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 



IX. FINE ARTS. 

(Under this Leading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to he perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arrangecfalphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



At the races. 

Copyright by F. 



50 
A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18505, Mar. 11 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Bathing at Narragansett pier. 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co. 
York. 1899, no. 18500, Mar. 11 ; 1 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Boy. 

Copyright by Jacob Brooks, Green- 
wood, Mass. 1898, no. 64820, Nov. 4; 1 
photograph rec'd Nov. 4, 1898. 

u Buffalo's entree." 

Copyright by H. G. Breed, jr., 
falo, N. Y. 18 l J9, no. 18493, Mar. 
photograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Central park ostrich. 

Copyright by J. C. Witter co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18204, Mar. 10; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Chickens. 55 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19285, Mar. 14 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Coaching parade. 56 

Copyright bv F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18498, Mar. 11 : 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



51 
New 
pho- 

52 



53 
Buf- 
11; 1 



54 



Titles— Continued. 

Cornfield (The) 57 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 1899, no. 19286, Mar. 14 ; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 
Day (A) on a steam yacht. 58 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899. no. 18499, Mar. 11; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Dog days. 59 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. '1899, no. 19279, Mar. 14; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 
Favorites (The). 60 

Copyright by Great Atlantic and Pa- 
cific tea co., New York. 1899, no. 
18811, Mar. 13; 1 photograph rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 
Fish (L.) furniture co. 61 

Copyright by National printing & 
engraving co., Chicago. 1899, no. 
15144,* Feb. 25; 1 photograph rec'd 
Feb. 25, 1899. 
Fisher (The) maiden. 62 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19280, Mar. 14; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Following the hounds. 63 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18506, Mar. 11; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



200 



FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Contin uecl. 

Golf (The) girl ; autumn. 64 

Spring. 65 

Summer. 66 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New- 
York. 1899, nos. 18497, 18494, 18496, 
Mar. 11 ; 1 photograph each rec'd Mar. 
11, 1899. 
Golf (The) girl, winter. 67 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18495, Mar. 11; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Greaser (The) belle. 68 

Copyright -by Mrs. S. H. St. John, 
Boston. 1899, no. 18510, Mar. 11; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Hi, golly ! 69 

Copyright by Jacob Brooks, Green- 
wood, Mass. 1898, no. 64819, Nov. 4; 1 
photograph rec'd Nov. 4, 1898. 
Ideal boy's head. 70 

Copyright by J. C. Witter co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 18202, Mar. 10; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
" Interested." 71 

Copyright by W. H. Hussev, New 
York. 1899, no*. 19165, Mar. 14 ; ' 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 
La Salle at the Portage, St. Joseph river, 
Dec. 5, 1679. 72 

Copyright by Arthur Thomas, New 
York. 1899, no. 18200, Mar. 10; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
La Salle's treaty with the Miami Indians. 

73 
Copyright by Arthur Thomas, New 
York. 1899, no. 18201, Mar. 10; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Lathrop (Frances M.) Unfinished por- 
trait of. 74 
Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 18809, Mar. 13; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Lioness caressing cub. 75 
Copyright by J. C. Witter co., New 
York." 1899, no. 18203, Mar. 10; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Mascot of the " Rough Riders." 76 
Copyright by J. C. Witter co., New 
York/ 1899, no. 18205, Mar. 10; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Poetry of evening. 77 
Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19282, Mar. 14 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 
Polo at Newport. 78 
Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18502, Mar. 11 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Portrait of the artist. 



79 



Copyright by Francis Lathrop, New 
York. 1899, no. 18808, Mar. 13 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Prayer (The) for rain. 80 

Copyright by Edward Kemeys, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18509, Mar. 11; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Reception day on the " Brooklyn." 81 
Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18501, Mar. 11 ; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd. Mar. 11, 1899. 

Reflecting Magdalene. 82 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19278, Mar. 14 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

"Reward (The) of victory." 83 

Copyright bv H. G. Breed, jr., Buf- 
falo. 1898, no. 65933, Nov. 10; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Nov. 10, 1898. 

Rye harvesters. 84 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19281, Mar. 14 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Ships of the desert. 85 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19283, Mar. 14; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Skating at Van Cortlandt park. 86 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1898, no. 18503, Mar. 11 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Sleighing in Central park. 87 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. * 1899, no. 18504, Mar. 11; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
Street (A) in Tangier. 88 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 19284, Mar. 14; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

View (A) of a blacksmith's forge, with 
several workmen at anvils, lathes, and 
drills, engaged in various mechanical 
operations. [Etc.] 89 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1899, no. 19164, Mar. 
14; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

West Point. 90 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18507, Mar. 11 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Yale-Princeton foot-ball game. 91 

Copyright by F. A. Stokes co., New 
York. 1899, no. 18508, Mar. 11 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



201 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



Abele (Win.), Paterson, N. J. : 

Ho-po in a fix. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Agnew (Thomas) & sons, London : 

Fancy free. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Tassis (Marie Louise de). (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Ahnelt (Win. P.), New York: 

Gaston. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Georgina. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Geraldine. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Gertrude. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Gladys. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Grace. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Gratia. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Gretchen. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints. ) 
Aims (Win. D. P., jr.), Philadelphia : 

Directions for Aims's antiseptic 
lotion. (Books: 2.) 
American lithographic co., New York : 

View (A) of a blacksmith's forge with 
several workmen at anvils, lathes, and 
drills. (Fine arts.) 
American press association, New York : 

Beauty hints. (Books: 3.) 

Experiences of referees. (Books: 3.) 

Life's bitterness. (Books: 3.) 

One of America's old curiosity shops. 
(Books: 3.) 

Our Paris fashion letter. (Books: 3.) 

Theatricals in Gotham. (Books: 3.) 

Where we have watched God's ham- 
mer forging history, etc. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Women wear wigs. (Books: 3.) 
Anderson (0. P.) map and blue print co., 
inc., Seattle, Wash. : 

All-American route, showing pro- 
posed railroad and U. S. government 
mail road to the Yukon. (Maps and 
charts.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Chapman (Frank M.) Portfolio of 
colored plates accompanying teachers' 
manual of bird life. (Books: 1.) 
Arkell pub. co., New York : 

Embalmed. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Hard lines in the profession. (En- 
gravings, cuts, aud prints.) 

Maine (The) idea. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Mean (A) "critter." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Armour co., Chicago : 

Composition. (Photographs.) 



Arnold (Alex. S.), Central Falls, R. I. : 
Arnold (Alex. S.) Saved by Estelle. 
(Books: 3.) 
Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. : 
" Daisies." (Photographs.) 
" Euterpe." (Photographs.) 
Associated press, New York : 

Salisbury is ill. (Books: 3.) 
Baily (Henry P.), Philadelphia: 

Garden of the Gods gateway. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Bain (Geo. G.), New York: 

Collyer (Dr. Robert). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Baltimore music co., Baltimore: 

Birdie. Waltz song. Ellis R. 
Ephraim. (Music.) 

Uncle Rufus's cake-walk. Ellis R. 
Ephraim. (Music.) 
Banks & bros., New York: 

United States courts of appeals re- 
ports. (Books: 1.) 

United States reports. (Books: 1.) 
Barrett mfg. co., St. Louis : 

Barrett mfg. co., St. Louis, Mo. 
(Books: 2.) 
Bay State physicians' and chemists' in 
stitute, Boston : 

Secret (The) of perpetual vigorous 
manhood. (Books: 2.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 
Advisory rates of Monticello. Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Rudd, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Traer, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Benziger bros., New York: 

Crowley (Mary Catherine). The 
Jominy's experiment. (Books: 3.) 

Smith (Sara Trainer). From fetters 
to freedom. (Books: 3.) 
Bible study publishing co., Boston: 

Bible (The) study union (or Blakes- 
lee) lessons. Gospel stories. Chil- 
dren's course. (Books: 2.) 
Binney & Smith, New York : 

Helpful hints on marking and sten- 
ciling. (Books: 2.) 
Bliss (P.P.andG.G.), U.S.: 

Charm (The). A collection of Sunday 
school music, by P. P. Bliss. (Music.) 
Bloch (Rev. A. M.) Easton, Pa. : 

Bloch (Rev. A. M.) The up-to-date 
German and French self-instructor. 
(Books: 2.) 
Book agents of the M. E. Church south, 
Nashville, Tenn. : 

Children's praises. James Atkins; 
William J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 
Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant et cie v 
New York : 

Coming through the golden grain. 
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Manzi, Joyant et cie., 
(Engravings, cuts, 
(Engravings, cuts, 



I.) 

(Fine 



Boussod (Jean), 
New York : 

Compiegne, 1810. 
and. prints.) 

Embroidery (An). 
and prints. ) 

Entangled. (Engravings, cats, and 
prints.) 

Expected (An) visit. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Fontainebleau, 1807. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Homestead (The; pets. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

I told you so! (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Meeting at the fountain. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Mind the bucket ! (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Rival beauties. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Breed (H. G., jr.), Buffalo, N. Y. : 
"Buffalo's entree." (Fine ar 
"Reward (The) of victory." 
arts.) 
Bremer (A. R.), Chicago : 

Composition. (Photographs.) 
Brooks (Christopher P.), Lowell, Mass. : 

Calculations. (Books: 2.) 
Brooks (Jacob), Greenwood, Mass. : 
Boy. (Fine arts.) 
Hi, golly! (Fine arts.) 
Brown (John H.), Chicago: 

Open (The) door. (Books: 2.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 
Burpee's catalogue of Scotch collie 
dogs and fancy poultrv. 1899. (Books: 
2.) 
California medicine co., San Francisco: 
From paiu to health. (Books: 2.) 
Camp (W. M.), Chicago: 

Camp (W. M.) Notes on track. 97. 
Loading logs. (Books: 3.) 
Campbell (A. S.), Elizabeth, N. J. : 
At play. (Photographs.) 
He is risen. (Photographs.) 
Idle moments. (Photographs.) 
Intercession. (Photographs.) 
Palms. (Photographs.) 
Peace. (Photographs.) 
Story (The). (Photographs.) 
Carpenter (Frank G.), Washington, 
D. C: 

Carpenter (F. G.) Der Praesident 
von Paraguay. (Books: 3.) 
Chaffee (Herbert B.) and Selchow (Fred- 
erick M.), New York: 

Rules for playing the games of in- 
vasion and snap. (Books: 2.) 
Chatfield (Clarence F.), New York: 

Chatfield flies. (Books: 2.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Aided by the Prince of Wales. 
(Books: 3.) 

Ameer of Afghanistan alive. (Books : 
3.) 



Chicago record, Chicago: 

Are killed in an earthquake. (Books : 
3.) 

Austria wants a Chinese port. 
(Books: 3.) 

Austrian diets summoned. (Books: 
3.) 

Better for all but Britain. (Books: 
3.) 

Blames the Germans. (Books: 3.) 

Cablegrams without cables. (Books : 
3.) 

Cervera is ordered to jail. (Books: 
3.) 

China sorry she insulted Italv. 
(Books: 3.) 

Cold reception in Norway. (Books: 
3.) 

Condition of Belgian queen. (Books : 
3.) 

Condition of Queen Marie. (Books: 
3.) 

Cruise in the West Indies. (Books: 
3.) 

Czar may not visit Austria. (Books : 
3.) 

Death's wild prank. (Books: 3.) 

Demand for bribes. (Books: 3.) 

Disgruntled diplomat goes home. 
(Books: 3.) 

Emperor helps the Cretans. (Books : 
3.) 

Explosion due to foul play. (Books: 
3.) 

Feel unfriendly to England. (Books : 
3.) 

Fierce battle in Macedonia. (Books : 
3.) 

For a sacerdotal art exhibit. (Books : 
3.) 

Great military balloon trip. (Books : 
3.) 

Great scarcity of meat. (Books: 3.) 

Italians banished from Zurich. 
(Books: 3.) 

Italy will keep her hands off. (Books : 
3.) 

Jingoes are defiant. (Books: 3.) 

Justice for Russian noblemen. 
(Books: 3.) 

King submits to an operation. 
(Books: 3.) 

Krause to be prosecuted. (Books: 3.) 

Likely to favor the Argentine. 
(Books: 3.) 

Link the Balkans to Germanv. 
(Books: 3.) 

Little interest in Barcelona. ( Books : 
3.) 

Marie (Queen) is improving. (Books : 
3.) 

More firing at Pasig. (Books: 3.) 

Must suffer for being a spy. (Books : 
3.) 

No brandy for Russian soldiers. 
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Chicago record, Chicago : 

Oscar (King) reaches Paris. (Books: 
3.) 

Parisians are kept excited. (Books : 
3.) 

People of Finland wear crape. 
(Books: 3.) 

Plan a big oil trust. (Books: 3.) 

Political outlook in Peru. (Books: 
3.) 

Pope quite out of danger. (Books: 
3.) 

Prince of Wales at Cannes. (Books : 
3.) 

Protest against humiliation. ( Books : 
3.) 

Rebels driven hack. (Books: 3.) 

Refusal from China. (Books: 3.) 

Remembers an old score. (Books: 3.) 

Rhodes to interest Germans. (Books : 
3.) 

Russia stands in Britain's way. 
(Books: 3.) 

Russian minister snubbed. (Books: 
3.) 

Scarcity of British seamen. (Books : 
3.) 

Serious outlook in Madrid. (Books: 

3.) 

Servia and Russia unfriendly. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sheridan leaves Gibraltar. (Books: 
3.) 

Shoe workers to stop work. (Books : 
3.) 

Show their loyalty to Russia. 
(Books: 3.) 

Slatin Pasha is honored. (Books: 3.) 

Son of De Lesseps is fined. (Books: 
3.) 

Spain facing a crisis. (Books: 3.) 

Spain punishing her warriors. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sj)ain's sorry plight. (Books: 3.) 

Stead's book kept out of Russia. 
(Books: 3.1 

Sultan's force in Macedonia. ( Books : 
3.) 

Swedish artists rebel. (Books: 3.) 

Tactics of England criticised. 
(Books: 3.) 

Talks of American imperialism. 
(Books: 3.) 

To be ready for war. (Books : 3.) 

To hold China intact. (Books : 3.) 

To remove the duty on corn . (Books : 
3.) 

Tourists at Constantinople. (Books : 
3.) 

Troops leaving Cuba. (Books: 3.) 

United Irish league is growing. 
(Books: 3.) 

Warships off coast of Chile. (Books: 
3.) 

Weyler is out in the cold. { Books: 
3.) 

Will send war ships. (Books: 3.) 



j Clement (H.), Rochester, Minn. : 

Superior white Wyandottes. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 
j Colgate & co., New York: 

Baby's got a tooth. (Books: 2.) 
Good teeth. Good health. (Books : 
2.) 

Pearls: Teeth (Books: 2.) 

Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Correspondence (The) school of 
steam engineering. Circular of infor- 
mation. (Books: 2.) 

Geometry and trigonometry. (Books : 
2.) 

Penmanship. (Books: 2.) 
Short courses in English branches, 
etc. (Books: 2.) 
Vertical penmanship. (Books: 2.) 
Your chance has come. (Books: 2.) 
Conn (C. G.) & co., New York : 

Advice to cornet players. (Books: 2.) 
Cook (Will Marion), Washington, D. C. : 
Der'll be wahm coons a-prancin'. 
Paul Laurence Dunbar and Will Ma- 
rion. (Music.) 
Cook (David C.) publishing co., Chicago: 
Riley (A. Lila). Ruby; or, A heart 
of gold. (Books: 1.) 
Cooper (Madison), Minneapolis, Minn. : 
Cooper (M.) Eggs in cold storage. 
(Books: 3.) 
Courier litho. co., Buffalo : 

Schusler (John). Bock-beer design. 
(Chromos and lithographs.) 

Creel (George E.), U. S. : 

Creel (G. E.) Love at first sight. 
(Books: 3.) 

Cress (John D.), Chicago: 

As the train drew up. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Churchyard (The). (Photographs.) 
Farewell. (Photographs.) 
I kissed away her tears. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

I kissed my mother. (Photographs.) 
I left her at my dear old mother's 
side. (Photographs.) 

I missed the one. (Photographs.) 
Illustrations for song, "We were 
brothers, Jack and I." (Photographs. ) 
Just a village down in sunny Ten- 
nessee. (Photographs.) 

Life's sweetest story. (Photographs.) 
My bride. (Photographs.) 
My old homestead. (Photographs.) 
My sweetheart. (Photographs.) 
Old friends gathered round. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Sadness came to me. (Photographs.) 
She pointed to the spot. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

When the moon rose. f Photo- 
graphs.) 

Where is Mary? (Photographs.) 



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Croghan bank and savings co., Fremont, 
Ohio: 

Brown's (John) account, no. 3919, 
with the Croghan bank and savings co. 
(Books: 2.) 

Key (A) to John Brown's account 
with the Croghan bank and savings 
company, Fremont, Ohio. (Books : 2.) 
Cunningham (Prof G. W.), Chicago: 

Horoscope. (Books: 2.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston : 

Cup of death. (Photographs.) 
Lazarus. (Photographs.) 
Marinus Grimanus. (Photographs.) 
Melpomene. (Photographs.) 
Dana (Frank L.), Colorado Springs, 
Colo. : 

Dana system of endowment-savings, 
installment-dividends, building and 
loan asso. (Books: 2.) 
Danner (John), Canton, Ohio: 

Campaign of 1899. (Books: 2.) 
De La Mare (A. T.) ptg. and pub. co., ltd., 
New York : 

Grafting tea roses for forcing. 
(Books: 3.) 
De Lery (J. B.), New York : 

Report on the "De Lery" incandes- 
cent gas-burner. (Books: 2.) 
Detroit photographic co., Detroit : 

Mission San Juan Capistrano, Cal- 
ifornia. (Photographs.) 

Mission Santa Barbara, California. 
(Photographs ) 
Dodge (Katherine Taylor), Washington : 
Bilish, Tony Lee, and Keet. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Kneeling nun. (Photographs.) 
Doubleday & McClure co., New York: 
Stead (W. T.) W. T. Stead on the 
" delirium of France." (Books: 3.) 
Edison (Thomas A.), Orange, N. J. : 

Jones makes a discovery. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Eidlitz ( Leopold), New York: 

Eidlitz (L.) On light. (Books: 2.) 
Empire medical co., Boston : 

Solvent-Alterans. (Books: 2.) 
Falk (B. J.), New York: 

Galland (Bertha). . (Photographs.) 
Sampson (Admiral W. T.) (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Wallace- Hopper (Edna). (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Farmer (Ernest M.), Cleveland: 

My heart is the shore. Eugene Field ; 
Ernest M. Farmer. (Music.) 

Put your trolley on the sky. Jack 
Morrison. (Music.) 
Flanagan (A.), Chicago : 

"Heavenly (The) twins." (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Foster bros., Boston : 

Afternoon by the sea. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
April (An) day. (Photographs.) 



Foster bros., Boston: 

Cafe mauresque, Algeria. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Camel driver from Punjab. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Early morning. (Photographs.) 

Entering the fold. (Photographs.) 

Evening. (Photographs. ) 

Fisher (The) maiden. (Photo- 
graphs. ) 

Flock (A) of sheep. (Photographs.) 

Gloria or Flora. (Photographs.) 

In the grove. (Photographs.) 

Lost. (Photographs.) 

Meadow pool. (Photographs.) 

Mother and daughter. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

November. (Photographs.) 

Returning home. (Photographs.) 

Shepherd's lane. (Photographs.) 
Fox (Richard K.), New York : 

Burgo (Walter). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

O'Donnell (Billy). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Plimmer (Billy). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Smith (Solly). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Gardner (Edwin R.), Atlantic, Iowa: 

One hundred successful advertising 
schemes and suggestions. (Books: 2.) 
Gerhard (Wm. Paul), U. S. : 

Gerhard (W. P.). Sanitary engineer- 
ing of buildings. (Books: 1.) 
German press and plate co., Cleveland: 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp 
Sauerampfer. (Books: 3.) 
Ginn & co., Boston: 

Macaulay [Thomas Babington], 1st 
baron. Macaulay's lays of ancient 
Rome. (Books: 1.) 
Glennon (Timothy C), Brooklyn: 

Railway (A) guide for candidates for 
the U. S. railway mail service. (Books : 
2.) 
Globe polish co., Boston : 

On the treatment of floors. (Books : 
2.) 
Goldthwaite (George T.), Boston: 

Primrose waltz. George T. Gold- 
thwaite. (Music.) 
Gordon (Delmont E.), Hillsboro Bridge, 
Mass: 

Birthplace of Franklin Pierce. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Pierce (Franklin) and home. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Graham (Geo. E.), New York: 

Crew of the "Brooklyn" after the 
battle, July 3, 1898. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Crew of the "Brooklyn" cheering 
the "Oregon" as she fired on the "Co- 
lon." (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 



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Graham (Geo. E.), New York: 

''Indiana" and "Texas" firing at the 
"Oquendo." (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Schley and Ellis at the conning tow- 
ers. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 
Graham (J. \V.), Hanford, Cal. : 

Study (The) and teaching of "Lady 
of the lake," "Evangeline," and "Mer- 
chant of Venice." (Books: 2.) 
Gray litho. co., New York : 

Inspiration. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Seashore sprites. (Chromos and lith- 
ographs.) 

Supplication. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Great Atlantic and Pacific tea co., New 
York: 

Favorites (The). (Fine arts.) 
Gregerson (Louis James), Buffalo: 

Time-computing table. (Books: 2.) 
Grissom (Arthur), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Grissom (A.) The servant of the 
prince. (Books: 3.) 
Groff (William), Cincinnati: 

Groff(W.) Origin of art. (Books: 2.) 
Guiteau (John W.), New York: 

Boss (The) of Richmond. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

"Mestyr." (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 
Haile (J. C), Savannah, Ga. : 

Winter camps of the U. S. Army. 
(Maps and charts.) 
Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Jesus ! O Jesus ! save ! O save me ! 
By A. N. Keigwin. (Music.) 

Some day (The) by and by. By A. 
Edwin Keigwin. (Music.) 

There'll not be a shadow up there. A. 
Edwin Keigwin; Arthur RadclLffe. 
(Music.) 
Harris (Chas. H.), Philadelphia: 

Pretty Polly Pearley. Chas. H. Har- 
ris; F. W. Meacham. (Music.) 
Hashagen (Richard W.), St. Louis, Mo.: 

What is it ? (Photographs.) 
Heidrich (Chas. A.), Albany: 

General conditions. (Books: 2.) 
Herlt and Henke, New York: 

Coming (The) century puzzle-game. 
(Books: 2.) 
Hills (Penrose J.), Chicago: 

Chicago mortgage abstract. (Books: 
20 
Holloway (J. Starr), Philadelphia: 

Wyoming march. E. Mack. (Music.) 
Holt (Henry) & co., New York : 

Pierce (E.Dana). Answers to prob- 
lems in elementary physics. (Books: 2.) 
Howley, Haviland & co., New York: 

Chiming Christmas bells. By John 
Francis Gilder. (Music.) 

Gathering roses for her hair. Paul 
Dresser. (Music.) 



Hussey (W. H.), New York: 

"Interested." (Fine arts.) 
Ingersoll (Truman W.), St. Paul: 

Afraid of the goldfish. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

And she didn't say a word. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

And the old raft rolled over. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Anxious Cupid. (Photographs.) 
Atlantic City beach and steel pier. 
(Photographs.) 

Basket of sweet peas. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Before the bath hour. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Belle (The) of the fancy ball. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Bowl of pinks. • (Photographs.) 
Caught napping. (Photographs.) 
Chasing butterflies among the flow- 
ers. (Photographs.) 

Cluster of lily auratum. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Columbia (Miss). (Photographs.) 
Columbia and her new family. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Come on, boys. (Photographs.) 
Dance (The). (Photographs.) 
" 'Deed, chil', I didn't know yous was 
da." (Photographs.) 

Do you think pa can read it? (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Dolly's bedtime. (Photographs.) 
Don't make him go fast. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Doubtful Cupid. (Photographs.) 
Fun at Bath Beach. (Photographs.) 
Gathering iris. (Photographs.) 
Gathering water lilies. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Gay (The) coquette. (Photographs.) 
Gee! but this is a tight squeeze. 
(Photographs.) 

Getting ready for a dip in the ocean, 
(Photographs.) 

Goddess (The) of liberty. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Good-bye, my lover, good-bye. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

I guess I hit the mark this time. 
(Photographs.) 
I just took a peep. (Photographs.) 
I want it all. (Photographs.) 
In fancy ball costume. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

In the mushroom caves. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Isn't it dinner time ? (Photographs. ) 
Just retribution. (Photographs.) 
Lincoln, Nebr. U. 28. State capi- 
tol. (Photographs.) 

Listening to Cupid's sweet message. 
(Photographs.) 
Little Cupid. (Photographs.) 
Little Miss Moffitt. (Photographs.) 



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Ingersoll (Truman W.), St. Paul: 
Love's token. (Photographs.) 
Measuring yachts at the clubhouse 
dock. (Photographs.) 

Midsummer (A) shower. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Nest (The) robber. (Photographs.) 
None but the brave deserve the fair. 
(Photographs.) 
Not a man in sight. (Photographs.) 
Now, mind you don't flirt. (Photo- 
graphs.) 
Off duty. (Photographs.) 
Oh! don't let's get wet. (Photo- 
graphs.) 



Oh! say, but it's hot. 



(Photo- 
(Photo- 
(Photo- 



graphs.) 

Omaha, Nebr. (Views of), 
graphs.) 

One stick of gum for two. 
graphs.) 

Onr Alaskan sisters. (Photographs.) 

Picking mushrooms in the caA^es. 
(Photographs.) 

Ready for Spain. (Photographs.) 

St. Louis (views of). (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Shaw's Garden, St. Louis (Views of). 
(Photographs.) 

Starting for Manila. (Photographs.) 

Summer (The) girl and Cnpid. (Pho- 
tographs.) 

Summer (The) girl's return. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

That's the time you are caught. 
(Photographs.) 

Trying to weigh baby. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Vase of Bermuda Easter lilies. (Pho- 
tographs. ) 

Vase of La France roses. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

Vase of rare orchids. (Photographs. ) 

Waiting for papa. (Photographs.) 

Waiting for the crowd. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

When ma's away the children play. 
(Photographs.) 

When two's company and three's a 
crowd. (Photographs.) 

Where the daises grow the thickest. 
(Photographs.) 

Where the iris grow the largest. 
(Photographs.) 

Where the poppies bloom. (Photo- 
graphs.) 

You mean thing, that's no fair ! (Pho- 
tographs.) 

International pub. co., Philadelphia : 

State (The) agents' instructor. 
(Books: 2.) 

Iowa school of correspondence, Des 
Moines : 

Iowa school of correspondence. Out- 
line text. (Books: 1.) 



Jennings (Geo. B.) co., Cincinnati: 

On the border. (An der grenze). Sid- 
ney C. Durst. (Music.) 
Jewell (A. Fred.\ Worthington, Ind. : 

Ethelda, my queen. May me Morri- 
son; A. Fred. Jewell. (Music.) 
Johnston (Miss Frances B.), Washing- 
ton: 

Dewey's (Admiral) commission. 
(Photographs.) 

Hanna (Senator). (Photographs.) 
Jones (W.B.), Buffalo: 

Self- explained (The) system of figure 
music. (Books: 2.) 
Kansas City star co., Kansas City, Mo. : 

Trade (The) in live stock. (Books: 
3.) 
Kemeys (Edward), Chicago: 

Prayer (The) for rain. (Fine arts.) 
Keppler and Schwarzmann, New York : 

Advice. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Before they were stranded. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Dan Cupid's penance. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Difficult (A) case. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. ) 

Friend (A) in need. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

He meets the attack. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

He missed his chance. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Her new protector. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints. 

His best and only terms. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

His preference. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Implied (An) opinion. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Keen-scented (The) redskin. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Liquid measure. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Modern military tactics; our major- 
general and his staff. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Natural disadvantages. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Offer (An) accepted. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Safe. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Thing (The) most needed. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints. ) 

Tipsy (The) tippler's terrible time. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Usual (The) way. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

'What was lacking. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Kett (George), England: 

Vesper hymn. (no. 2.) George Kett. 
(Music.) 
Keystone view co., Vallonia, Pa. : 

Keystone (The) camera. (Books: 2.) 



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Kilmer (Geo.L.), U.S.: 

Kilmer (G. L.) Brunette brigade. 
(Books: 3.) 

Heroes at Manila. (Books: 3.) 

Up from the ranks. (Books: 3.) 

Kirkpatrick (Win. J.), Philadelphia: 

Alleluia to the Lord. Mrs. R. N. Tur- 
ner; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. (Music.) 

Let all the earth awake and sing. 
Mrs. R. N. Turner; Win. J. Kirk- 
patrick. (Music.) 

Why are the Easter hells ringing? 
B. H. Winslow; Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 
(Music.) 
Koeruer & Hayes, Buffalo: 

Children's' pranks. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Cupid's rosebud. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Disappointment. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Fanchette. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Gathering violets. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Holly time. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs'.) 

Little girl blue. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Little (The) sail-makers. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Little (The) teacher. (Chromos and 
lithographs. ) 

On the beach. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Ready for church. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Rural pastimes. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Seal-brown eyes. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 

Sleighing. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Snowballing. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Taming birds. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Kountze bros., New York: 

Letter (A) of credit. (Books: 2.) 
Lathrop (Francis), New York : 

Lathrop (Frances M.). (Fine arts.) 

Portrait of the artist. (Fine arts.) 
Lawrence (Frederick Kendall), Chicago: 

Snow (The) storm. (Photographs.) 
Lea bros. & co., New York: 

Attfield (John). Chemistry. 
(Books: 1.) 
Leubrie & Elkus, New York : 

Meditation. (Photographs.) 
Le Valley (C. W.). Milwaukee: 

Le Valley (C. W.) The Aultman 
chains for power transmission and ele- 
vating and conveying purposes. 
(Books: 2.) 
Life pub. co., New York : 

Education (The) of Mr. Pipp. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

18859— Vol. 18, Ko. 3 4 



Lippincott (J. B.) co., Philadelphia: 

Course in stenograph v. (Books: 3.) 
Lockett (S. H.), Chicago : 

Lockett (S. H.) Packing houses. 
(Books: 2.) 
Long (DanT B.), Buffalo : 

Popular plants and their care. 
(Books: 2.) 
Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

All hail the dear flag. Mrs. F. G. 
Burroughs; M. L. McPhail. (Music.) 

Alleluia! Christ is risen. Ida Scott 
Taylor; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Always bright where Jesus is. Mrs. 
F. G. Burroughs ; J. H. Tenney. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Are you toiling for the Master? 
Mrs. Harriet E. Jones; Chas. H. Ga- 
briel. (Music.) 

Beacon (A) light. I. N. McHose. 
(Music.) 

Bear the cross. Chas. H. Gabriel. 
(Music.) 

Beauty for ashes. J. G. Crabbe. 
(Music.) 

Bells of invitation. E. E. Hewitt; 
Finley Lyon. (Music.) 

Benediction. E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Better farther on . Wm. Edie Marks. 
(Music.) 

Bless the Lord. Robert L. Fletcher ; 
J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Blessed are they. Ida L. Reed ; J. H. 
Tenney. (Music.) 

Blessed light, shine on. E. C. Avis. 
(Music.) 

Blessed (A) refuge. Geo. J. Runion; 
Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

Bring back the straying. Emma 
Pitt; H.W.Porter. (Music.) 

Calling me. Mrs. Laura E. Newell; 
Frank J. Robertson. (Music.) 

Carry the message. Ida Scott Tay- 
lor; J.H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Closer draw me. Kate Ulmer; 
Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

Confess the Christ. G. M. Bills; M. 
L. McPhail. (Music.) 

Do you know it just now? Anna 
Chichester; John Tibballs. (Music.) 

Evening. John M. Baker; R.Frank 
Lehman. (Music.) 

Every one. Mrs. F. G. Burroughs; 
J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Faith, hope, and love. Lanta Wil- 
son Smith; R. Frank Lehman. (Music.) 

Fall in. Ruth Raymond; Edwin 
Moore. (Music.) 

Follow in the steps of Jesus. Mrs. 
Carrie E. Breck; J. H. Tenney. 
(Music.) 

Follow now. Elisha A. Hoffman; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Following. L. Gedicke; R. F. Leh- 
man. (Music.) 

Forever and ever. W. C. Martin; 
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Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio : 

Forward. E.G. Avis. (Music). 

Forward moves the arm}. Mrs. R. 
N.Turner; J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Forward, ye soldiers. Alice Jean 
Cleator; R. Frank Lehman. (Music.) 

Free salvation. George E. Myers. 
(Music.) 

From day to day. Mrs. F, G. Bur- 
roughs; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Gentlj r lead us. Thomas Hastings; 
J. M. Blose. (Music.) 

Give to God the glory. E. C. Macart- 
ney; Howard E. Smith. (Music.) 

God our protector. Win. Edie 
Marks. (Music.) 

God's hand on ours. Alice Arm- 
strong; H.W.Porter. (Music.) 

Gospel (The) call. W. A. Ogden; 
Frank J. Robertson. (Music.) 

Guide me 
Frank Lehman. (Music.) 

Hallelujah all the way. Elisha A. 
Hoffman; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Have you done your best for Jesus? 
Mrs. Lanta Wilson Smith; E. S. Lo- 
renz. (Music.) 

He redeemed me. E. C.Avis. (Mu- 
sic.) 

He shall sustain thee. Lanta Wilson 
Smith; R. Frank Lehman. (Music.) 

He will care for me. Martha Mills 
Newton; Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

He will not fail ine. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck ; J. H. Tenney. (Music. ) 

Heathen (The) are calling. Helen 
E. Rasmussen ; J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Heavenly joys. William Bennett; 
Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

Helping all the while. D. E. Lorenz; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music. ) 

I am going to believe it. Mrs. Frank 
A. Breck; Harry Grey. (Music.) 

I am happy in Jesus. Wm. Edie 
Marks. (Music.) 

I am pressing toward the goal. Wm. 
Edie Marks. (Music.) 

I come to Thee. J. P. Stahl. (Mu- 
sic.) 

I have trusted in Thy mercy. Ida 
L. Reed; Adam Geibel. ' (Music.) 

I know. Emma Pitt; H. W. Porter. 
(Music.) 

I need the light. Mrs. Helen Dungan; ! 
J. M. Dungan. (Music.) 

I. will trust in Thee. Prisoilla J. 
Owens; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

I'll bless Thee every day. Priscilla ! 
J.Owens; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Pll go with Thee. A. H. Sembower; 
J. Wesley Hughes. (Music.) 

In the home country. Emma A. Tif- 
fany ; Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

In the study of the Word. Rev. J. O. 
Foster; Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

Jesus at the helm. Mrs. H. D. Car- 
michael; J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 



Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio : 

Jesus, I love thee. J. B. Lawrence. 
(Music.) 

Jesus is willing. M. E. Shorey ; H. W. 
Porter. (Music.) 

Jesus lifted up. John R. Clements; 
W. A. Ogden. (Music.) 

Jesus, precious Jesus. Elizabeth J. 
Hafeley; H.W.Porter. (Music.) 

Jesus saves. Mary J. Cartwright; 

E. L. Ashford. (Music.) 

Jesus took it all away. Wm. Edie 
Marks. (Music.) 

Jesus will help me. Wm. Edie Marks. 
(Music.) 

Journeying to promised Canaan. 
Wm. Edie Marks. (Music.) 

Just for you. Mrs. H. D. Carmichael ; 
J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Keep silence before Him. E. S. Lo- 
renz. (Music.) 

Labor on. Alice Jean Cleator; R. 
Frank Lehman. (Music.) 

Learn of Jesus. R. Frank Lehman. 
(Music.) 

Least (The) of these. Julia H. John- 
son; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Let the redeemed of tbe Lord say so. 
Wm. Edie Marks. (Music.) 

Let us carry the sunshine. Geo. 
Marks Evans. (Music.) 

Lift up the banner. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; E. S. L renz. (Music.) 

Light (The) of the soul. Mrs. Helen 
Dungan; J. M. Dungan. (Music.) 

Little soldiers. Alary B. Shuss; J. 
H. Ruebush. (Music.) 

Little (A) talk with Jesus. Fred. A. 
Fillmore. (Music.) 

Lord (The) is on my side. W. O. 
dishing; J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

Lord (The) our banner. Marion 
Froelich; George Froelich. (Music.) 

Make some other heart rejoice. 
Joseph Baunach. (Music.) 

Marching to the goal. G. M. Bills ; 
M. L. McPhail. (Music.) 

More and more. Mrs. F. G. Bur- 
roughs; Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

My heart is glad. Mrs. W. J. Ken- 
nedy; E. C.Avis. (Music.) 

My home. AVarren M. Smith ; H. W. 
Porter. (Music.) 

My life, my light, my way. Ida M. 
Budd; Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

My Savior's blessed face. J. Wesley 
Hughes. (Music.) 

Nothing too hard for the Lord. Mrs. 

F. G. Burroughs; Adam Geibel. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Oh, could we hear. George J. Run- 
ion; Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

One more Sabbath farther on. Jennie 
Wilson; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Peaceful and calm. M. E. Shorey; 
H. W. Porter. (Music.) 



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Loreuz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio: 

Pout (The) of rest. W. C. Martin; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Praise God. H. F. James; E. S. Lo- 
renz. (Music.) 

Praise Him ever. Priscilla J. Owens ; 

D. E. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Ready when the King comes in. E. A. 
Hoffman; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Resting on the promises. W. O. 
dishing; J. H. Eutwisle. (Music.) 

Roll the cause along. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Sailing o'er life's ocean. Birdie Bell ; 

E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Savior's (The) side. M. Bridges; E. S. 
Lorenz. (Music.) 

Seeking for me. Ada Blenkhorn; 
Chas. H. Gabriel. (Music.) 

Send the gospel light. E. C. Avis. 
(Music.) 

Send the message forth. J. A. Parks. 
(Music.) 

Settle the question. E. A. Hoffman; 
Arthur W. Nelson. (Music.) 

Shepherd (The). M. E. Shorey ; H.W. 
Porter. (Music.) 

Shining (The) way. Llewellyn A. 
Morrison; R. Frank Lehman. (Music.) 

Since I gave my heart to Jesus. Mrs. 
Frank A. Breck; Frank J. Robertson. 
(Music.) 

Sing a little song of Jesus. John R. 
Clements; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Some other day. J. A. Parks. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Something for my Savior. Jennie 
Wilson; John Tibballs. (Music.) 

Song (A) of heaven. A. H. Sem- 
bower; J. W. Hughes. (Music.) 

Speed them on. Jennie Wilson; 
Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

Spirit, hear my prayer. E. C. Avis. 
(Music.) 

Take my all. Mrs. F. G. Burroughs; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Take up thy cross, by Chas. H. 
Gabriel. (Music.) 

Tell the story, sweet and olden. 
Palmer Hartsough; Finley Lyon. 
(Music.) 

Ten thousand hearts are vowing. 
W. O. Cushing ; W. A. Ogden. (Music.) 

That wonderful hand. Flora Kirk- 
land; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

There's a better day. E. C. Avis. 
(Music.) 

Thou alone. Mrs Annie S. Hawks; 
E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

To make men free. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; John Tibballs. (Music.) 

Toiling up the way. E. C. Avis. 
(Music.) 

Touch the hem of His garment. 
Martha White; J. M. Dungan. (Music). 

Trust Him evermore. Ida Budd; 
Chas. II. Gabriel. (Music.; 



Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio : 

Trust in God, and do your duty. 
Mrs. Martha Mills Newton; E. S. 
Lorenz. (Music.) 

Trusting in the Mighty One. G. M. 
Bills; M.L.McPhail. (Music.) 

Try to be like Jesus. Mrs. Frank A. 
Breck; John Tibballs. (Music.) 

Voice (The) of melody. Ed. by E. 
S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Voice (The) of the spirit. Emma 
Pitt; II. W. Porter. (Music.) 

Walk along with Jesus. Mrs. L.M. 
Beal Bateman; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

Watch! Warren M. Smith; H. W. 
Porter. (Music.) 

Water, pure and free. Wm. Bennett; 
Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

We have heard Thee knocking. Mrs. 
L. M. Beal Bateman; E. S. Lorenz. 
(Music.) 

We shall gather over Jordan. Wm. 
Edie Marks. (Music.) 

Welcome (The) guest. Annie S. 
Hawks; E. S. Lorenz. (Music.) 

What ever you want I will do. E. C. 
Avis. (Music.) 

When Jesus knocks. Mrs. H. D. 
Carmichael; J. H. Tenney. (Music.) 

When the bridegroom calleth. G. M. 
Bills; W. L. McPhail. (Music.) 

When we work for Jesus. Wm. Edie 
Marks. (Music.) 

Why linger away. M. A. Holt; Chas. 
H.Gabriel. (Music.) 

With Jesus, hand in hand. Meta B. 
Thorne; E. L. Ashford. (Music.) 

Wonderful love of the Father. W. 
H. Gardner; Adam Geibel. (Music.) 

Wonderful (A) Savior. M.Cummiugs; 
J. H. Rosecrans. (Music.) 

Yes, we will. Rev. E. A. Hoffman; 
John Tibballs. (Music.) 
Liidke (Ferdinand), New York: 

I seek Thee. By F. Liidke. Prayer 
by Theodor Korner ; celebrated marches 
by Beethoven and Chopin. (Music.) 
MacClaire (L. D.), Grand Rapids, Mich. : 

International (The) health associa- 
tion. (Books: 2.) 
McClure (S. S.) co., New York: 

Black (P. Y.) The snake's mark. 
(Books: 3.) 
McManus (L.), Dublin, Ireland: 

McManus (L.) Lally of the brigade. 
(Books: 3.) 
Macmillau co., New York: 

Dix (Beulah Marie). Hugh Gwyeth, 
A roundhead cavalier. (Books: 1.) 
MacPherson (James), Trenton, N. J. : 

Classified (A) botanical garden. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

McReynolds (Harriette), Milwaukee: 
Lessons in cookery used in Milwaukee 
school kitchens. (Books: 2.) 



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McWade (Edward), Buffalo: 

Matrimonial (A) blizzard. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 
Malech (Gustave Herman), San Fran- 
cisco : 

Song of the soldiers. Chas. G. Hal- 
pine; G. H. Malech. (Music.) 
Massachusetts Audubon society, Boston : 

Audubon bird chart. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 
Means (William Nye), Williamstpn, 
Mich. : 

Imperiled (The) republic. (Engrav- 
ings^ cuts, and prints.) 
Meyers (Lewis P.), Chicago: 

Meyers-Erb (The) classified adver- 
tising code. (Books: 2.) 
Miner (H. C), litlio. co., New York: 

"Brown's in town." (Photographs.) 
Mutual life insurance co., of New York, 
New York : 

Exhibit of a twenty-payment life 
policy during the prenriuin-paying 
period. (Books: 2.) 
National correspondence institute, Wash- 
ington, D. C. : 

Special instructions. (Books: 2.) 
National printing and engraving co., Chi- 
cago : 

Fish (L.) furniture co. (Fine arts.) 
New York journal and advertiser, New 
York : 

Alone — an American woman crosses 
wild Thibet. (Books: 3.) 

Ancestors of Adam and Eve. (Books : 
3.) 

Curious tacts about the Vanderbilt- 
Whitney baby. (Books: 3.) 

Dodo; Mrs. Herbert Asquitb, wife 
of ex-cabinet minister, etc. (Books: 
3.) 

England's new society beauty. 
(Books: 3.) 

Fed fishhooks to her rival. (Books: 
3.) 

For this you die. (Books: 3.) 

How many people make up this cu- 
rious Japanese portrait? Books: 3.) 

Journal's (The) great puzzle of pho- 
tographs; can you tell the boys from 
the girls? (Books: 3.) 

Most (The) interesting young couple 
in America, young William K. Van- 
derbilt, jr., and Miss Virginia Fair. 
(Books: 3.) 

New Easter gowns of the seven fash- 
ion leaders of the "400." (Books: 3.) 

No smoke, no flash, no noise: aston- 
ishing gun. (Books: 3.) 

'•Oceanic" (The) bigger than the 
Waldorf-Astoria. (Books: 3.) 

Our little duchess bargaining with 
the Prince of Wales to buy Marlborough 
house, his fine London residence. 
(Books: 3.) 



New York journal and advertiser, New 
York : 

Pneumonia the curse of our climate. 
Has an absolute preventive and cure 
been found? (Books: 3.) 

Rehearsed his murder. (Books: 3.) 
Sable Island the graveyard of the 
ocean. (Books: 3.) 

Saddest scenes New York has wit- 
nessed in this generation. (Books: 3.) 
Some very curious facts about rattle- 
snakes. (Books: 3.) 

Why educated men commit hideous 
crimes. (Books: 3.) 

Women of the twentieth century will 
be ugly. (Books: 3.) 

Worse than earthquakes hurled by 
this new gnu of Uncle Sam's. (Books: 
3.) 
New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York : 
Rosenthal (Hermann). Rudina, 
(Books: 3.) 
Oweu (J. W.), New Bedford, Mass. : 

Owen (J. W.) The green book. 
(Books: 2.) 
Pardington (George Palmer), New York 
Partington (George Palmer). The 
crooked made straight. Books: 2.) 
Parsons (Frank), Manhattan, Kans. : 

Civics analyses. (Books: 2.) 
Peake (Elmore E.), Beloit, Wis. : 

Peake (E. E.) The promotion at 
Rocky Ledge. (Books: 3.) 
Penn publishing co., Philadelphia: 

Brooks (Dr. Edward A. M.), The 
story of the ^Eneid ; or, The adventures 
ofiEneas. (Books: 1.) 
Pennell (Orrin H.), Deerfield, Ohio: 

Religious views of Abraham Lincoln. 
(Books: 2.) 
Phillips (Isaac Newton), Bloomingtou, 
111.: 

Illinois official reporter. (Books: 1.) 
Presley (Samuel C), Washington, D. C. : 
[Presley, Samuel C] Negro lynch- 
ing in the south. (Books 1.) 
Press publishing co., New York: 

Black (A) sheep of the "400." 2d in- 
stallment. (Books: 3.) 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati : 

Critical (The) customers. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
Rand, McNally & co., Chicago: 

Rand-McNallv round rapid writing. 
(Books: 2.) 
Ranney (Ores N.), Lockport, N. Y. : 

Election returns. (Photographs.) 
Reynolds (Henry Russell, jr.), Boston: 
" Study of Italian girl's head. (Pho- 
tographs.) 
Richardson (James D.), Murfreesboro, 
Tenn. : 

Adams (John). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Adams (J. Q.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 



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Richardson (James D.), Murfreesboro, 
Tenn. : 

Arthur (C. A.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Buchanan (James). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Cleveland (Grover). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Fillmore (Millard.) (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Garfield (J. A.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Grant (U. S.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Harrison (Benj.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Harrison (W. H.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Hayes (R. B.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Jackson (Andrew). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Jefferson (Thomas). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Johnson (Andrew). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Lincoln (A.) (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

McKinley (William). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Madison (James). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Monroe (James). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Pierce (Franklin). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Polk (James K.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Taylor (Zachary). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Tyler (John). (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Van Buren (M.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

"Washington (G.) (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Roberts (E. Donald), Detroit, Mich. : 

Composition. (Photographs.) 
Romberg (J.) & son, New York: 

Transportation tioater. (Books: 2.) 
Roxbury pub. co., New York: 

Pleasant wedding guests. (Dra- 
matic compositions.) 

St. Elizabeth of Thuringia; or, The 
miracle of roses. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 

Two mothers. (Dramatic composi- 
tions.) 

Web (A) of lies. (Dramatic compo- 
sitions.) 
Sackett (Harriet S.), Brooklyn: 

Pratt institute; millinery course. 
(Books: 2.) 
St. John (Mrs. S. H.), Boston : 

Greaser (The) belle. (Fine arts.) 
Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Adrian, Minn. (Maps and charts.) 



Sanborn-Perris map co., ltd., New York: 

Braggs, Ind. T. (Maps and charts.) 

Enterprise, Ind. T. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Eufaula, Ind. T. (Maps and charts.) 

Fort Gibson, Ind. T. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Illinois station, Ind. T. (Maps and 
charts.) 

Oldenburg, Ind. (Maps and charts.) 

Sallisaw, Ind. T. (Maps and charts. ) 
Schirmer (G.), New York: 

Mazurka de concert. Henri Era. 
(Music.) 
Schuster (E.J.) printing co., St. Louis : 

Lumberman's handy price list and 
reference book. (Books: 2.) 
Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago: 

Analytical (The) copybooks; ver- 
tical. (Books: 2.) 
I Scribner's (Charles) sons, New York: 

Cable ^ George Washington). Strong 
hearts. (Books: 1.) 

Henderson (William James). The 
orchestra and orchestral music. 
(Books: 1.) 

Huneker (James). Mezzotints in 
modern music. (Books: 1.) 

Parmele (Mary Piatt). A short his- 
tory of Spain. (Books: 1.) 
Sears (F. W.), Kansas City, Mo. : 

Floor work for drill teams in subor- 
dinate lodges, as authorized by the 
Supreme lo'dge, National reserve ass'n. 
(Books: 2.) 
Semann-Wangeriu co., Milwaukee: 

Baptismal fonts. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Fonts. (Engravings,cuts,and prints.) 

Gothic altar. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Gothic altar and pulpit. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts and prints.) 

Gothic altar and pulpit combined. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Gothic pulpit. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Gothic pulpit, no. 768, and gothic 
pulpit, no. 769. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Set of roman altar, pulpit, baptis- 
mal font, and hymn board. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 
I Shadwell (Bertrand), Chicago: 

There's something in the English 
after all. (Books: 2.) 
: Shepard (Frank), Chicago: 

Shepard"s national system of adhesive 
annotations. (Books: 2.) 
'■■ Silver, Burdett & co., Boston : 

Knowles (Ellin J.) Spirit and life. 
(Books: 1.) 
; Simkins (J. Dean), St. Marys, Ohio: 

Simkins (J. D.) One hundred rocks 
found among the boulders and how to 
determine and label the same. (Books : 
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Simpson (J. W.), Ridgefield Park, N. J. : 
Mr Saviour divine. (Handel.) J.W. 
Simpson. (Music.) 
Singer mfg. co., New York: 

Mother's helper. (Photographs.) 
Tea (The) party. (Photographs.) 
Smith (Charles Furman), Chicago: 

Iris blossom. (Books: 2.) 
Smith (Fred H.), Shelly, Ohio: 

Our last batch. (Photographs.) 
Smith (George Totten), New York: 

Wishing-stone (The). (Dramatic 
compositions.) 
Snoke (Jacob F. & Jacob H.), Indiana: 
Snoke (J. F. & J. H.) Constitution 
and by-laws of the Bankers' fraternal 
society. (Books: 2.) 
Soper (H. M.), Chicago: 

Soper school of oratory. (Books: 2.) 
Stauch (Martin), Chicago: 

Peace memoriam. (Photographs.) 
Stearns (D.H.), Portland, Oreg.: 

Stearns (D. H. ) Contrast of railroad 
hauls. (Books: 2.) 
Stokes (Frederick A.) co., New York: 
At the races. (Fine arts.) 
Bathing at Narragansett Pier. (Fine 
arts. ) 
Coaching parade. (Fine arts.) 
Day (A) on a steam yacht. (Fine 
arts. j 
Following the hounds. (Fine arts.) 
Golf (The) girl, autumn. (Fine 
arts. ) 

Spring. (Fine arts.) 

Golf (The) girl, summer. (Fine arts.) 
Golf (The) girl, winter. (Fine arts.) 
Polo at Newport. (Fine arts.) 
Reception day on the Brooklyn. 
(Fine arts.) 

Sands (Beujamin Franklin). From 
reefer to rear-admiral. (Books: 1.) 

Skating at Van Cortlandt Park. 
(Fine arts.) 

Sleighing in Central park. (Fine 
arts.) 
West Point. (Fine arts.) 
Y ale-Princeton football game. (Fine 
arts.) 
Strange (Daniel), Lansing, Mich. : 

Interest measure and lunar indicator. 
(Books: 2.) 
Street & Smith, New York : 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 126. (Books: 
2.) 
Strobridge lithographing co., Cincinnati: 
Freaks. (Chromos and lithographs.) 
New freaks. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 

Portraits and lettering. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 

Railroad. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs. ) 

Railroad and tents. (Chromos and 
lithographs.) 



Teamoh (Robert Thomas), Boston: 

"L" company, 6th regt. inf., 
Mass., U. S. V., Spanish-American war. 
(Photographs.) 
Thomas (Arthur), New York: 

La Salle at the Portage, St. Joseph 
river, Dec. 5th, 1679. (Fine arts.) 

La Salle's treaty with the Miami 
Indians. (Fine arts.) 
Thompson (Langdon S.), Jersey City, 
N. J.: 

Thompson (L. S.) New short course 
in drawing. Seventh year. (Books: 
2.) ■ 
Thrift publishing co., New York: 

Underwriting profits and losses for 
1898 of the fifty fire-insurance compa- 
nies, leading in point of assets. 
(Books: 2.) 
Tousey (Frank), New York: 

Handsome Harry. (Books: 2.) 

Pluck and luck. (Books: 2.) 

Secret service. (Books: 2.) 

Work and win. (Books: 2.) 

Young Klondike. (Books: 2.) 
U. S. playing card co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

United States playing card co. 
Card games and how to play them. 
(Books: 1.) 
United correspondence schools co. : 

Home (The) school of mines. Ne- 
cessity of an education to mine work- 
ers. (Books: 2.) 
Vail (Ed. B.), Marion, Ohio: 

Winter sports. (Photographs.) 
Walker (John Brisben), Irvington, N. Y. : 

Humor page. (Books: 3.) 
Walker (Geo. H.) & co., Boston: 

Leo XIII. (Chromos and litho- 
graphs.) 
Wardle (Joseph), Chicago: 

Bridegroom of the skies. Joseph 
Wardle. (Music.) 

Christ within the hope of glory. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 

Give God the glory. Joseph War- 
dle. (Music.) 

How sweet the moments roll. Jo- 
seph Wardle. (Music.) 

How would you like a situation? 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 

I then shall ride Death's pale horse. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 

Jesns is my all-sufficient Saviour. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 

No longer cry; they did not die. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 

O, while I was musing. Joseph 
Wardle, (Music.) 

Since I've put myself in Jesus' hands. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music) 

Sins are all pardoned. Joseph War- 
dle. (Music.) 

Spirit with God. Joseph Wardle. 
(Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS- Continued. 



Wardle (Joseph), Chicago: 

We will look death in the face. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 

When the King comes in. Joseph 
Wardle. (Music.) 

Yes, Jesus has a way of his own. 
Joseph Wardle. (Music.) 
Warrener (Win, J.), Federal, Ohio : 

Warrener (Rev. Wm. J.) The Anglo- 
American hymn. (Books: 2.) 
Weiss (Jules C), New York: 

Report of the committee on fashions 
of the Merchant tailors' national ex- 
change, of the U.S.A., for spring and 
summer, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Welch (Edgar L.), Albany, N. Y. : 

Roosevelt (Col.) and party cam- 
paigning with special train, 1898. 
(Photographs.) 

Roosevelt (Gov.) and legislative 
reporters. (Photographs.) 

Roosevelt (Gov.) and newspaper 
confidants. (Photographs.) 

Roosevelt (Gov.) and newspaper 
friends. (Photographs.) 

Roosevelt's (Gov.) disinterested ad- 
visers, the reporters. (Photographs.) 
Welch (Hosea N.), Graton, Vt. : 

Dewey's battle in Manila Bay. 
(Books: 2.) 
Werner co., Akron, Ohio : 

U. S. Navy, lst-class battleships 
"Indiana," "Oregon," and "Massa- 
chusetts." (Chromos and lithographs.) 
Werner (The) company. (Chromos 
and lithographs.) 
Wertz (Hiram Metzgar), Cumberland, 
Md. : 

"Lovers' leap," Cumberland narrows. 
(Photographs.) 
Westinghouse electric and mfg. co., Pitts- 
burg : 

Westinghouse electric and mfg. co. 
Catalogue no. 99-D. Circular no. 8-D. 
(Books: 2.) 
Wetherell (Caroline), U. S. : 

Wetherell (C.) The Jobbernowls 
have a bullfight. (Books: 3.) 

Wilcox (Mrs. Charlotte G.), Boston: 

Wilcox (Charlotte G.) Acrostic. A 
merry Christmas and happy new year. 
(Books: 2.) 

Wilcox (Mrs. C. G.) Acrostic on St. 
Valentine. (Books: 2.) 

Wilhelm (Rudolph), New York: 

Hayes (Judge John). (Photographs.) 

Williams, Brown, & Earle, Philadelphia: 
Balderston (Prof. C. C.) & Brown (N. 
Howland). The exhibitors' manual. 
(Books: 2.) 

Wiinan (Harrie D.), New York: 

Wall street directory and telephone 
list. (Books: 2.) 



Witmark (M.) & sons, New York: 

Because. Arranged for violin and 
piano. (Music.) 

Cumberland '61 march. H. Herman- 
son, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 
(Music.) 

Dat's me. H. Hermanson, F. W. 
Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 

Down ole Tampa bay. H. Herman- 
son, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 
(Music.) 

Filibuster march. H. Hermanson, F. 
W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Her memory brings me no regret. 
H. Hermanson, F. W. Meacham, and 
Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 

Honey dat I love so well. H. Her- 
manson, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. 
Pratt. (Music.) 

Honey, youse ma lady love. H. Her- 
manson, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. 
Pratt. (Music.) 

I love you best of all. H. Herman- 
son, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 
(Music.) 

I love you in the same old way. Her- 
man Hermanson and Charles Pratt. 
(Music.) 

In command march. H. Hermanson, 
F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 
(Mnsic.) 

In the barracks. H. Hermanson, F. 
W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Just one girl. H. Hermanson, F. W. 
Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 

Little innocent gavotte. H. Herman- 
son, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. 
(Music.) 

Mammy's little pumpkin colored 
coons. H. Hermanson, F. W. Meacham. 
and Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 

My coal-black lady. H. Hermanson, 
F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Olcott's fly song. H. Hermanson, F. 
W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Olcott's home song. H. Hermanson, 
F. W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Sadie, my lady. H. Hermanson, F. 
W. Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 

She's been a mother to me. H. Her- 
manson, F. W. Meacham, and Chas. 
Pratt. (Music.) 

That's when you learn to love them 
more and more. H. Hermanson, F. W. 
Meacham, and Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 

You'll never find another love like 
mine. H. Hermanson, F. W. Meacham, 
and Chas. Pratt. (Music.) 



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INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



Witter (J. C.) co., New York: 

Central Park ostrich. (Fine arts.) 
Ideal boy's head. (Fine arts.) 
Lioness caressing cub. (Fine arts.) 
Mascot of the '" Rough Riders." (Fine 
arts. ) 
Wood (Thomas C), New York: 

"Gloucester" closing in on the Span- 
ish torpedo boats. (Photographs.) 
Wood (B. F.) music co.. Boston: 

Hear us, Lord. Response. Franz 
Holz. (Music.) 

I lay me down to rest. Frank H. 
Brackett. (Music.) 



Wright (W. L.) ; Washington : 
Chickens. (Fine arts.) 
Cornfield (The). (Fine arts.) 
Dog days. (Fine arts.) 
Fisher (The) maiden. (Fine arts.) 
Poetry of evening. (Fine arts.) 
Reflecting Magdalene. (Fine arts.) 
Rye harvesters. (Fine arts.) 
Ships of the desert. (Fine arts.) 
Street (A) in Tangier. (Fine arts.) 

Wylie (Charles), New Haven, Conn. : 

One evening after dinner. (Dramatic 
compositions.) 



V 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. 

Office of the Register of Copyrights, 

Washington, D. C. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES. 



Vol. 19, no. 4. 
Whole no. 408— April 27, 1899, 



CONTENTS. 



I. Books: Page. 

(1) Books proper 217 

(2) Miscellaneous 228 

(3) Newspaper and Magazine articles 233 
II. Dramatic Compositions 238 

III. Periodicals 239 

IV. Musical Compositions and Collec- 

tions op Music 248 

V. Maps and Charts 271 

VI. Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 272 



Page. 

VII. Chromos and Lithographs 275 

VIII. Photographs 276 

IX. Pine Arts (a list of the photographs 
deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statu- 
ary, and models or designs intended 
to he perfected as works of the fine 

arts) 278 

X. Index of Copyright Proprietors... 282 



WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1899. 



[EXPLANATION.— The titles are arranged alphabetically under ten rubrics, as shown in 
the table of contents, and are followed by one index of proprietors.~\ 

I. BOOKS-(l) BOOKS PROPEE. 

(Arranged alphabetically by authors. Collections of music "will be found under "IV. Musical 
Compositions." For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue. The titles in this chapter are 
prepared by the Catalogue Department of the Library of Congress.) 



Authors. 



Authors — Continued. 



[Adams, William Taylor] 

Desk and debit ; or, The catastrophes 
of a clerk. By Oliver Optic [pseud.] 
. . . Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1899. 
2p.l., 334pp. pi. 12°. (Onward and 
upward series, v. 3) 283 

Copyright by Alice Adams Russell, 
Minneapolis. 1899, no. 5427, Jan. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. 
American newspaper directory [1899] 
(Issued quarterly) . . . Thirty-first 
year. March issue. New York, G. P. 
Rowell & co., 1899. 8°. 284 

Copyright by George P. Rowell, New 
York. 1899, no. 15333, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 
The American state reports, containing 
the cases of general value and authority 
subsequent to those contained in the 
11 American decisions" and the "Amer- 
ican reports,'' decided in the courts of 
last resort of the several states. Se- 
lected, reported, and annotated by A. C. 
Freeman ... v. 65. San Francisco, 
Bancroft- Whitney co., 1899. 8 C . 285 

Copyright by Bancroft-Whitney co., 
San Francisco. 1899, no. 60, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 
Anton Seidl; a memorial by his friends. 
1899. 

See [Finck, Henry Theophilus, and 
others'] 
The Baker and Taylor co. 

A library list of books suitable for 
public and school libraries. Selected 
from the lists of all publishers. New 
York, The Baker and Taylor co., 1899. 
2 p. 1., 114 pp. 16°. 286 

Copyright by The Baker and Taylor 
co., New York." 1899, no. 20878, Mar. 21 j 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Barber, Edwin Atlee. 

Anglo-American pottery; old Eng- 
lish china with American views, a 
manual for collectors . . . Indian- 
apolis, Ind., The Clay- worker, 1899. 
161,xivpp. illus. 8°. 287 

Copyright bv Edwin Atlee Barber, 
West Chester, Pa. 1899, no. 7503, Jan. 
23; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 



Bardeen, C[harles] W[illiam]. 

Commissioner Hume; a story of New 

York schools. Syracuse, N. Y., C. 

W. Bardeen, 1899. 1 p. 1., 210 pp. 16°. 

(Standard teachers' library) 288 

A sequel to Roderick Hume; the story of a 

'New York teacher. 

Copyright by C. W. Bardeen, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 1899, no. 7610, Jan. 23 ; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 19, 1899. 

[Barnum], Frances Courtenay Baylor. 
The ladder of fortune. Boston and 
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
1899. 2 p. 1., 352 pp. 12°. 289 

Copyright by Frances Courtenay 
Baylor Barnum, Savannah. 1899, no. 
19113, Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 23, 
1899. 
Bayloi\, Frances Courtenay. 

See [Barnum], Frances Courtenay 
Baylor. 
Beitel, Calvin G. 

A treatise on the poor laws of Penn- 
sylvania. Philadelphia, T. & J. W. 
Johnson & co., 1899. xix, 607 pp. 8°. 

290 
Copyright by T. & J. W. Johnson, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 19809, Mar. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

Bell telephone company of Missouri. 

Telephonic exchange directory, no. 
110, January, 1899. St. Louis; Bell 
telephone cb. of Mo., 1899. 8°. 291 

Copyright by the Bell telephone co. 
of Mo., St. Louis. 1899, no. 9210, Jan. 
30; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 11, 1899. 

Bergerac, Savinien-Hercule Cyrano de. 
A voyage to the moon [translated by 
A. Lovell, and edited, with a biographi- 
cal sketch, bv C. H. Page]. New 
York, Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 
xxx, 219 pp. pi. port. 24°. 292 

Gives the title page of Lovell's translation, 

ed. 1687. 

Copyright bv Doubleday &, McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 19514, Mar. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 
Blatchford, Samuel A. reporter. 

United States. Courts of appeals. . . . 
Reports. Number[s] 54-55. 1899. 

217 



218 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Boothby, Guy. 

Pharos, the Egyptian; a romance. 
New York, D. Apple ton & co., 1899. 2 
p. 1., 328 pp. 12°. (Appleton's town 
and country library, no. 261) 293 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., New 
York. 1899, no. 20773, Mar. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 

[Braeme, Charlotte M.] 

Another woman's lover ; a novel, by 
Bertha N. Clay [pseud.]' Chicago, 
E. A. Weeks co. [1899] vi, 312 pp. 12°. 
(The phoenix series, no. 10) 294 

Copyright by E. A. Weeks co., Chi- 



cago. 1899, no. 19517, 
ies rec'd Mar. 18. 1899. 



Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 



Brown, Lelah Harrisou. 

The golden leaf poems. 2ded. St. 
Louis, Klug & Sterling [18991 [33 pp.] 
8 C , 295 

Copyright by Lelah Harrison Brown, 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 19520, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Brown, William Harvey. 

On the South African frontier; the 
adventures and observations of an 
American in Mashonaland and Mata- 
beleland . . . New York, C. Scrib- 
ner's sons, 1899. xxii pp., 1 1., 430 pp. 
pi. maps. 8~. 296 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19804, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

The century dictionary ; an encyclopedic 
lexicon of the English language, pre- 
pared under the superintendence of 
W. D. Whitney. New York & Lon- 
don. The Century co. [1899] 8 v. fol. 

297-304 
Copyright by The Century co., New 
York. 1899, nos. 20357-20364, Mar. 20; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Chapman. J. Wilbur. 

The lost crown. Chicago, The 

Bible institute colportage assoc. [1898] 
. 124 pp. 12°. (The colportage library. 
v. 3. no. 59) 305 

Copyright by The Bible institute 
colportage association, Chicago. 1898, 
no. 75858, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
9, 1899. 

€hesnutt, Charles W. 

The conjure woman. Boston & 

New York, Houghton, Mifflin & co.. 
1899. 2p.l., 229 pp. 12-. 306 i 

Copyright by Charles W. Chesnutt, 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 20028, Mar. 18; ! 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Clarke, H[enry] D[e Forest] 

Hand-book of all the decisions of the 
Supreme court of the United States 
from its organization to October term 
1891 . . . Rochester, N.Y., The Law- 
yers' co-operative pub. co., 1899. 3 
p. 1., 843, 157 pp. 8°. 307 

Contents. 
Pt. 1. Index by subjects. 
Pt. 2. Index by cases. Supplement October 
terms, 1891-1 897'incl. 

Copyright by The Lawyers' co-opera- 
tiye pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1899, 
no. 16791, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 
1899. 
Clay, Bertha N. pseud. 

See [Braeme, Charlotte M.] 

Crockett, S[amuel] R[utherford] 

The Black Douglas. New York, 
Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. xi, 
479 pp. pi. 8°. 308 

Copyright by S. R. Crockett, Eng- 
land. * 1899, no. 19494, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Cyclopaedia of the diseases of children 
. . . [1899] 

See [Keating, John M.] and Edwards, 
William A. eds. 

Davis, J [ohn] C [handler] Bancroft. ? 
porter. 

United States. Supreme court. United 
States reports, v. 172. 1899. 

Davis, W[illi am] W[atts] H[art] 

The Fries rebellion, 1798-99; an 
armed resistance to the House tax law 
passed by Congress, July 9, 1798, in 
Bucks and Northampton counties, 
Pennsylvania. Doylestown, Pa. 
[Doylestown pub. co.] 1889. xi pp., 
11., 143, 14 pp. pi. port, facsiin. 8°. 

309 
Copyright by William Watts Hart 
Davis,' Doylestown, Pa. 1899, no. 17494, 
- Mar. 7 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Davis' architects and builders' directory 
of Pennsylvania, 1899 . . . Phila- 
delphia, J. T. Davis co., 1899. 8°. 310 
Copyright by James T. Davis co. 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 19805, Mar. 17 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

Deems, J. Harry, comp. 

The song chaplet. A collection of 
part songs and choruses for female 
voices . . . Boston, New York 

[etc.], Silver, Burdett & co., 1899. 221, 
[1] pp. 8°. • 311 

Copyright by Silver, Burdett <fe co.? 
Boston. 1898, no. 75871, Dec. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



219 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

De Leon, T[homas] C[ooper] 

Joseph Wheeler, the man, the states- 
man, the soldier, seen in semi-biograph- 
ical sketches. Atlanta, Ga., Byrd 
printing co., 1899. 142 pp. illus. 
16°. 312 

Copyright by T. C. De Leon, Atlanta, 
1899, no. 20139, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899. 

Doyle, C. W. 

The taming of the jungle. Phila- 
delphia & London. J. B. Lippincott co., 
1899. 200 pp. 12 c . 313 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 19521, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Dresser, Horatio W[illis] 

Methods and problems of spiritual 
healing. New York & London, G. P. 
Putnam's sons, 1899. 1 p. 1., 101 pp. 
12°. 311 

Copyright by Horatio W. Dresser, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19810, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Druckerman, Jacob. 

Catalogue of the Hebrew books of 
Jacob Druckerman, bookseller . . . 
Rare Hebrew books a specialty . . . 
New York, J. Druckerman, 1899. 2 p. 1., 
175 pp. 8°. 315 | 

Copyright by Jacob Druckerman, j 
New York. 1899, no. 16110, Mar. 2; 2 j 
copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

The expulsion of the Jews from 

Spain. The mysteries of the Spanish I 
inquisition . . . [anon.] New York, 
J. Druckerman, 1898. 48 pp. 8°. 316 
Hebrew text. 

Copyright by Jacob Druckerman, 
New York. 1899, no. 16411, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

Duff, P[aul] J[ames] 

Side lights on darkest Chicago. 
Chicago, The Ross pub. co. [1899] 174 
pp. pi. 12°. (Lyceum series, no. 1) 

317 

Copyright by M. Hayes, U. S. 1899, I 
no. 12404, Feb. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
7, 1899. 
The Eaton, Cole & Burnham company. 

. . . The illustrated catalogue and 
price list of the Eaton, Cole & Burn- j 
ham company, manufacturers of iron I 
and brass goods for steam, gas, and j 
water, pipe machines and tools, etc. | 
(1899) [Buffalo, N.Y., The Matthews- 
Northrup co., 1899. illus. fol. 318 

Copyright by The Eaton, Cole & 
Burnham company, New York. 1899, 
no. 19528, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
16, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 



A history of the United States and 
its people, for the use of schools. 
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] Amer. 
book co. [1899] xii, 416 pp. illus. pi. 
8°. 319 

Copyright by American book co., 
New York. 1899, no. 8719, Jan. 28 ; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. Q, 1899. 

Eisenstein, J. D. 

The classified psalter arranged by 
subjects. The Hebrew test with a 
new English translation on opposite 
pages . . . Reader for Hebrew schools. 
New York [A. Ginsberg & bro.] 1899. 
8 p. 1., 123 pp., 2 1. 12°. 320 

Copyright by J. D. Eisenstein, New 
York. 1899, no. 5671, Jan. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

The expulsion of the Jews from Spain. 
1899. 

See [Druckerman, Jacob] 

Fielde, Adele M[arion] com}). 

Parliamentary procedure; a com- 
pendium of its rules compiled from the 
latest and highest authorities, for the 
use of students and for the guidance of 
officers and members of . . . all delib- 
erative bodies. [New York] The 
author, 1899. 229 pp. 16°. 321 

Copyright by Adele M. Fielde, New 
York. 1899, no. 15327, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

[Finck, Henry Theophilus and others] 
Anton Seidl; a memorial by his 

friends. New York, C. Scribner's 

sons, 1899. xiii, 259 pp. pi. port. 

facsim. 4P. 322 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 19802, Mar. 17; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

Fiske, John. 

A history of the United States for 
schools; with topical analysis, sug- 
gestive questions and directions for 
teachers, by F. A. Hill. Boston, 

New York [etc.] Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., [1899] xxi, 573 pp. illus. port, 
maps. 12°. 323 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., Boston. 1899, no. 19116. Mar. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Fontaine, William Morris. 

Notes of the lectures on geology. 
Delivered in the B. A. course at the 
University of Virginia. Pt. 2. [Char- 
lottesville, Va. ?] 1899. 8°. 324 

Copyright by Win. M. Fontaine, 
Charlottesville,' Va. 1899, no. 19355, 
Mar. 15; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



220 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



A u thors — C ontinued. 

Force, Manning F[erguson] 

General Sherman. New York, D. 
Appleton & co., 1899. ix, 353 pp. pi. 
port, facsim. maps. 12 c . (Great 
commanders) 325 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16596, Mar. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Foster, Frank Hugh. 

The fundamental ideas of the Roman 
Catholic church explained and dis- 
cussed for Protestants and Catholics. 
Philadelphia, Presbyterian bd. of pub. 
and Sabbath-school work, 1899. xii, 
366 pp. 12°. 326 

Copyright by Trustees of the Presby- 
terian board of publication and Sab- 
bath-school work, Philadelphia. 1898, 
no. 72574, Dec. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 
6, 1899. 

Freeman, A[braham] C[lark] reporter. 
See The American state reports . . . 
v. 65. 1899. 

Frobel, Friedrich. 

Friedrich Froebel's Education by de- 
velopment, the second part of the Ped- 
agogics of the kindergarten; trans- 
lated by Josephine Jar vis. New 
York, D~ Appleton & co., 1899. xxvi, 
347 pp. 12°. (International education 
series, v. 44) 327 

Copyright by D. Appleton & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 20783, Mar. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Gage, Simon Henry. 

The microscope; an introduction to 
microscopic methods and to histology. 
7th ed., rev. Ithaca, N. Y., Comstock 
pub. co., 1899. 1 p. 1., xii, 237 pp. illus. 
pi. 8°. 328 

Bibliography, p. 220-225. 

Copyright bv Simon Henry Gage, 
Ithaca, N. Y. 1899, no. 5440, Jan. 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. 

Georgia. Supreme court. 

Reports of cases decided ... at the 
October term, 1897, and March term, 

1898. v. 103. Stevens and Graham, re- 
porters. Atlanta, The State librarv, 

1899. 8°. 329 
Copvright by The State of Georgia. 

1899, no. 11334, Feb. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 25, 1899. 

Gloucester (U. S. gunboat) 

Log of the U. S. gunboat Gloucester, 
commanded by . . . Richard Wain- 
wright, and the official reports of the 
principal events of her cruise during 
the late war with Spain. Annapolis, 



Authors — Continued. 

Gloucester (U. S. gunboat) — Continued. 
Md., U. S. naval institute, 1899. 188 pp. 
pi. port. 8°. 330 

Copyright by Geo. F. Cooper, Annap- 
olis, Md. 1899," no. 16595, Mar. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Goode, W[illiam] A[thelstane] Mere- 
dith] 

With Sampson through the war; be- 
ing an account of the naval operations 
of the North Atlantic squadron during 
the Spanish- American war of 1898, with 
contributed chapters by Rear-Admiral 
Sampson, Captain R. D. Evans, Com- 
mander C. C. Todd. New York, Dou- 
bleday & McClure co., 1899. 5 p.l., 
307 pp. pi. maps. 8°. 331 

Copvright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 19508, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Gopsill's Philadelphia city directors, for 
1899 . . . Philadelphia, J. Gopsill's 
sons, 1899. 8°. 332 

Copvright by James Gopsill's sons. 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 19516, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Gorham, George C[ornelius] 

Life and public services of Edwin 
M. Stanton. Boston & New York, 
Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. 2 v. 
port. maps, facsim. 8°. 333 

Copvright by Lewis H. Stanton, New 
Orleans. 1899, no. 19114, Mar. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 
Graham, [John M.] aud Stevens, [George 
W.] reporters. 

Georgia. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases, v. 103. 1899. 

Groesbeck, John. 

The Crittenden commercial arithme- 
tic and business manual, designed for 
use in high schools, academies, and 
commercial colleges. Revised ed. 
Philadelphia, Eldredge & bro., 1899. 
410 pp. illus. 12°. 334 

Copyright by Eldredge &bro., Phila- 
delphia, 1899, no. 15339, Feb. 27; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Hall, Edward H[enry] 

Papias and his contemporaries; a 
study of religious thought in the record 
century. Boston & New York, 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., 1899. 2 p.l., 
318 pp. 12°. 335 

Copyright by Edward H. Hall, Brook- 
line, Mass. 1899, no. 19117, Mar. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Hare, Hobart Amory. ed. 

See Progressive medicine . . . 



221 

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Authors — Continued. 

Harrison, [Constance Cary] Mrs. Burton 
Harrison. 

A triple entanglement . . . Phila- 
delphia, J. B. Lippincott co., 1899. 272 
pp. pi. 12°. 336 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 184, Jan. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1899. 

Harrison, Mrs. Burton. 

See Harrison, [Constance Cary] Mrs. 
Burton Harrison. 

Hart, Charles Henry. 

Browere's life masks of great Ameri- 
cans. [New York] Printed at the 
De Vinne press for Doubledav & Mc- 
. Clare co., 1899. xiv pp., 1 1., 123 pp. 
port. 4°. 337 

One of an edition of 347 copies. 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 19513, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Hitchcock, Frederick H. 

Some useful memoranda concerning 
body and display types and weights 
and bulks of paper . . . [New York, 
F.H. Hitchcock, 1899] [21pp.] 16°. 

338 
Copyright by F. H. Hitchcock, New 
York. 1899, no. 19855, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Illinois. Supreme court. 

Illinois official reporter; being ad- 
vance sheets containing all final de- 
cisions . . . March 15, 1899. v. 178, 
pt. 1. I. N. Phillips . . . reporter 
Bloomington, 111., 1899. 8°. 339 

Cop3 r right by Isaac Newton Phillips, 
Bloomington, 111. 1899, no. 20032, Mar. 
18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

II war, S. N. 

Racing rhymes on turf topics, the 
thoroughbred, etc., etc., etc. New 
York, Goodwin bros., 1899. 182 pp. 
12-. 340 

Copyright by Goodwin bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 17496, Mar. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

The International correspondence 
schools. Scranton, Pa. 

The elements of electrical engineer- 
ing ... 1st ed. Scranton, The 
Colliery engineer co., 1899. 6v. 8° & 
obl.4 c . 341-346 

Conte7its. 
v. 1. Arithmetic, algebra, logarithms, geom- 
etry and trigonometry, elementary mechan- 
ics .. . 

r. 2. Principles of electricity and magnet- 
ism, electrical measurements,' batteries, ap- 
plied electricity . . . 



Authors — Continued. 

The International correspondence 
schools — Continued. 

v. 3. Electric transmission, electric rail- 
ways, electric lighting, dynamo-electric ma- 
chine design (continuous-current) . . . 
v. 4. Mechanical drawing. 
t. 5. Tables and formulas, 
v. 6. Answers to questions. 

Copyright by The Colliery engineer 
co., Scranton, Pa. 1899, nos. 10725- 
10730, Feb. 6 ; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 1, 

1899. 

Jahn, Carl G. ed. 

Ohio. Circuit court. Reports of 

cases, v. 17, no. 3, 1899. 
See Ohio Nisi prius and general 

term reports. 1899. 

Jokai, Moricz. 

A Hungarian nabob; translated by 
R. N. Bain. New York, Doubleday 
& McClure co., 1899. 358 pp., 1 1. 12 c \ 

347 
Copyright by Doubledav & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 19496, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

[Jones, William Hiter] 

Logic and money; or, Silver in the 
coinage, and letting the cat out of the 
bag about direct taxes, income tax and 
constitutional amendment. By the in- 
ventor and scribe of the 98 per cent . . . 
[Ft. Wayne, Ind.] The author, 1899. 
140 pp. 'port. 12°. 348 

Copyright by William H. Jones, Fort 
Wayne, Ind. 1899, no. 16745, Mar. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

[Keating, John M.,] and Edwards, Wil- 
liam A., eds. 

Cyclopaedia of the diseases of chil- 
dren, medical and surgical. The arti- 
cles written especially for the work 
by American, British, and Canadian 
authors, v. 5. Supplement. Edited 
by W. A. Edwards . . . Philadelphia, 
j! B. Lippincott co. [1899] illus. pi. 
8°. 349 

Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20036, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Kellen, William Vail, and Parmenter, 
James Parker. 

Supplement to an index digest of 
the reports of cases decided by the 
Supreme judicial court of Massachu- 
setts, from 151 to 170 Massachusetts 
reports, inclusive. Boston, Little, 
Brown & co., 1899. 4°. 350 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 16334. Mar. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. ' 



222 

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Authors — Continued. 

Kirk, Edward. 

The cupola furnace; a practical | 
treatise on the construction and man- i 
agement of foundry cupolas . . . 
Philadelphia and London, H. C. Baird 
& co., 1899. xviii, 361 pp. illus. 8°. i 

351 | 

Copyright by Edward Kirk, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 20033, Mar. 18; 2 i 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Lachman, Arthur. 

The spirit of organic chemistry ; an 
introduction to the current literature 
of the subject, with an introduction 
by P. C. Freer. New York and Lon- 
don, The Macmillan co., 1899. xviii, 
229 pp. 12°. 352 

Copyright by The Macmillan co., 
New York. 1899, no. 19510, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Law, Frederick Houk. 

The life of the world, and other 
poems. London & New York, F. T. 
Neely [1899]. ix pp., 1 1., 11-159 pp. 
12°. 353 

Copyright by F. Tennyson Neely, 
New York. 1899, no. 11513, Feb. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Lee, Sidney [Lazarus]. 

The Shakespeare first folio; some 
notes and a discovery. New York & 
London, The Macmillan co., 1899. 1 
p. 1., 15 pp. 12°. 354 

Copyright by Sidney Lee, London. 
1899, no. 20303/ Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

Lercl and Matecki. 

Skrdcona gramatyka Polska, wedle 
Lercla i Mateckiego. Chicago, W. 
Dyniewicza [1899]. 68 pp. 16°. 355 

Copyright by W. Dyniewicz, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no.l0519, Feb. 4; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

The literature of all nations and ail 
ages; history, character, and incident; 
edited by J. Hawthorne, J. R. Young, 
J. P. Lamberton. Illustrated . . . 
from paintings by the world's best 
artists ... v. 10. (Imperial ed.) 
Philadelphia, Art-Library pub. co., 
1898. illus. pi. 4°. 356 

Copvright by Art-Library pub. co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20027,~Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Logic and money ; or, Silver in the coin- 
age . . . 1899. 

See [Jones, William Hiter.] 

Loomis, Ernest. 

Seven essays on the subject of force- 
massing methods. Showing how to 



A uthors — Continued. 

Loomis, Ernest — Continued, 
use occult forces, etc., in all business 
and art. Chicago, E. Loomis & co. 
[1899] 1 p. 1., 134, 22 pp. 8° (Occult 
science library) 357 

Copyright by Ernest Loomis, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 15150, Feb. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Lorensen ; Charles. 

Essay on positive theology; or, A 
new system of philosophy with a ray 
of eternal light. Waterbury, Ct., 

Waterbury blank book mfg. co., 1899. 
100 pp. 12°. 358 

Copyright by Charles Lorensen, 
Waterville, Conn. 1899, no. 16651, 
Mar. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Lowe, Martha [Ann] Perry. 

The immortals [poems] Boston, 
The Botolph book co. [1899] 38 pp. 
12°. 359 

Copyright by Martha Perry Lowe, 
Somerville, Mass. 1899, no. 19588, Mar. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

Lysias. 

Select orations ; literally translated 
by E. Roth and others, with an intro- 
duction by E. Brooks, jr. Philadel- 
phia, D. McKay [1899] 80 pp. 16°. 
(Pocket literal translations of the 
classics) 360 

Contents. 

Against Agoratus. p. 14. 

Against the grain dealers, p. 9. 

For Mantitheua. p. 55. 

Lysias in Eratosthenem. p. 60. 

The olive tree. p. 46. 

The overthrow of the democracy, p. 35. 

Copyright by David McKay, Phila- 
delphia. 1899,' no. 10524, Feb. 4 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 

McDonald, W[illiam] 1820— 

The people's Wesley ; with an intro- 
duction by W. F. Mallalieu. New 
York & Cincinnati, Eaton & Mains, 
1899. lp.l., 62 pp. 12°. 361 

Copyright by Eaton & Mains, New 
York. 1899, no. 17503, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 

Mann, F[lorian] A. 

Florida historical tales. Story of the 
Huguenots ; a sixteenth century narra- 
tive wherein the French, Spaniards 
and Indians were the actors. Author's 
ed. St. Augustine, Fla., Mann & 
Mann, 1899. 197 pp. 12°. 362 

Copyright by Florian Alexander 
Mann,' St. Augustine, Fla. 1899, no. 
17214, Mar. 6 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 
1899. 



223 

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Authors — Continued. 

Marsh, C. E. 

The origin of sin; or, The true sys- 
tem of the universe. Lawn Ridge, 
111., C. E. Marsh, 1898. 55 pp. 12°. 

363 
Copyright hy C. E. Marsh, Lawn 
Ridge, 111. 1899, no. 13945, Feb. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

Marshall, Percival. ed. 

Small accumulators, how made and 
used; an elementary handbook for the 
use of amateurs and students . . . 
New York & London, Spon & Cham- 
berlain, 1899. 80 pp. illus. 16°. 364 

Copyright by Spon & Chamberlain, 
New York. 1899, no. 5421, Jan. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

Martin, George Edward. 

Sunday songs for little children. 
Philadelphia, Westminster press, 1899. 
105 pp. illus. sq. 8°. 365 

"With music. 

Copyright by The trustees of the 
Presbyterian bd. of pub. & Sabbath- 
school work, Philadelphia. 1899, no. 
8394, Jan. 27 : 2 copies rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 

The martyrdom of an empress . . . 
[anon.] 

New York & London, Harper & bros., 
1899. 3 p. 1., 286 pp., 1 1. port. 8°. 

366 
Sketch of the life of the late Empress 
Elizabeth of Austria. 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 14574, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 7, 1899. 

Mason, Caroline Atwater. 

The minister of Carthage .. . Phil- 
adelphia & New York, Curtis pub. co., 
1899. 2 p. 1., 150 pp., pi. 24°. (Ladies' 
home journal library of fiction) 367 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co.. New York. 1899, no. 19509, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. 

Massachusetts reports [v.] 171 . . . 
April, 1898-Augast, 1898. G. F. Tucker, 
reporter. Boston, Little, Brown & 
co., 1899. 8°. 368 

Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 16332, Mar. 2; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

[pt. 4] . . . April, 1898- August, 

1898. G. F. Tucker, reporter. Bos- 
ton, Little, Brown & co., 1899. 8°. 

369 
Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 16333, Mar. 2 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Melear, James M. 

Hopes that perish, and other ser- 
mons. Knoxville, Tenn., Ogdonbros. 
& co., 1899. 3 p. 1., 128 pp. port. 12°. 

370 
Copyrightby J. M. Melear, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 1899, no. 13241, Feb. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

Merrill, George A. 

Elementary text- book of theoretical 
mechanics (kinematics, and statics) 
Author's ed. San Francisco, Upton 
bros., 1899. vii, 195 pp. illus. 12°. 371 

Copyright by Geo. A. Merrill, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 14438, Feb. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 

Meyer, Frederick] B[rotherton] 

Our daily homily, v. 5 . . . New 
York, Chicago [etc.], F. H. Revell co. 
[1899] 12°. 372 

Contents. 
v. 5. Matthew-Revelation. 

Copyright by Fleming H. Revell co., 
New York. 1899, no. 20304, Mar. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Miel, Charles F. B. 

A soul's pilgrimage; being the per- 
sonal and religious experiences of 
Charles F. B. Miel. Philadelphia, G. 
W. Jacobs & co., 1899. 190 pp. port. 
12°. 373 

Copyright by George W. Jacobs & 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 14855, Feb. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

Monroe collecting co.'s credit guide for 
Yates county [New York] Roches- 
ter, N. Y., Monroe collecting co. [1899] 
63 pp. 8°. " 374 

Copyright by Monroe collecting co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 19823, Mar. 
17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Montgomery D[avid] H[enry] 

The -student's American history. 
Boston, Ginn & co., 1899. 6 p. 1., 542, 
lvi pp. illus. pi. maps, facsim. 12°. 
(The leading facts of history series) 

375 
Copyright by D. H. Montgomery, 
Cambridge, Mass. 1899, no. 15322, Feb. 
27; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1899. 

Moody D [wight] L[yman] 

'Weighed and wanting ; addresses on 
the ten commandments. Chicago, 

The Bible institute colportage assoc. 
[1898] 125 pp. 12°. (The colportage 
library, v. 3, no. 60) 376 

Copyright by The Bible institute 
colportage assoc, Chicago. 1898, no. 
75857, Dec' 27 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 
1899. 



224 

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Authors — Continued. 

Morrison, G[eorge] G[rant] 

From out the shadows [poems] 
[Toledo, Ohio, The Hadley printing 
co., 1898] 3 p. 1., 150 pp. 16°. 377 

Copyright by George Grant Morri- 
son, Toledo, Ohio. 1899, no. 20018, Mar. 
18. 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Morton William A. 

The primary helper. [Published 
quarterly, v. 1] no. 1. Salt Lake 
City, Utah, G. Q. Cannon & sons co., 
1899. 16°. 378 

Copyright by William A. Morton, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 1899, no. 7266, 
Jau. 20; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1899. 

Mullinix, L[orenzo] E. 

The u reliable'' wall paper chart; a 
correct reference book, showing quan- 
tities of sidewall, border, and ceiling 
required for rooms of different sizes . . . 
Frederick, Md., L. E. Mullinix, 1899. 
[31] pp. 16°. 379 

Copyright by L. E. Mullinix, Fred- 
erick, Md. 1899, no. 2305, Jan. 4. ; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1899. 

National business men's league. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

The treaty of peace with Spain. Me- 
morial and petition to Congress. 
[Washington, D. C, 1899] iv, 52 pp. 
8°. 380 

Copyright by National business men's 
league, Boston. 1899, no. 10536, Feb. 
4 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 4, 1899. 

New England cotton manufacturers' as- 
sociation. 

Transactions . . . no. 65. Semian- 
nual meeting . . . Waltham, Mass., 
E. L. Barry, 1898. illus. port. 8°. 

381 
Contents. 
no. 65. Semiannual meeting . . . "White 
Mountains, N. H., September 27-29, 1898. 

Copyright by New England cotton 
manufacturers' ass'n, Boston. 1899, no. 
18688, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 8, 
1899. 

New York (State) Courts of record. 
Combined official series of New York 
state reports and session laws. Official 
report of all cases adjudged in all 
courts of record, and the session laws 
of the state of New York. Issued 
weekly. (No. 304, March 4, 1899) Al- 
bany, Banks & co., 1899. 8°. 382 
Advance sheets. 

Copyright by Banks & co., and James 
B. Lyon, Albany. 1899, no. 16793, Mar. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

New York (State) Courts of record. 

Combined official series of New York 
state reports and session laws. Official 
report of all cases adjudged in all 
courts of record, and the session laws 
of the state of New York. Issued 
weekly, nos. 305-306. March 11, [and] 
18, 1899. Albany, N. Y., Banks & co., 
1899. 2 nos. 8°. 383, 384 

Advance pts. 

Copyright by Banks & co., and James 
B. Lvon, Albany, N. Y. 1899, no. 18815, 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899 ; 
1899, no. 20091, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 
Legislature. 

See New York (State) Courts of record. 
Combined official series of New York 
state reports and session laws . . . 
1899. 

nos. 304, 307. 1899. 

The northwestern reporter, y. 77 . . . 
Permanent ed. December 3, 1898-Feb- 
ruary 11, 1899 ... St. Paul, West 
pub co., 1899. 4°. (National reporter 
system. — State series) 385 

Copyright by West pub. co., St, Paul. 
1899, no. 17208, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

The official directory of Collinwood for 
1899. 

Collinwood, O., C. W. Sheppard 
[1899] 12°. 386 

Copyright by Sheppard & Kettering- 
hani, Collinwood, Ohio. 1899, no. 
11758, Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 
1899. 

Ohio. Circuit court. 

Reports of cases ... C. G. Jahn, 
editor, y. 17, no. 3. Columbus, O., 
1899. 4°. 387 

Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 9026, Jan. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 30, 1899. 

Ohio Nisi prius and general term re- 
ports. 

C. G. Jahn, editor, v. 6, no. 4. Co- 
lumbus, O., 1899. 4°. 388 
Copyright by Carl G. Jahn, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 1899, no. 17108, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 6, 1899. 
Optic, Oliver, pseud. 

See [Adams, William Taylor] 

Osborne, Richard B. . 

Poems of living truth. Philadel- 
phia, Reformed Episcopal pub. society, 
1899. 148 pp. port. 12°. 389 

Copyright by Richard B. Osborne, 
Philadelphia. *1899, no. 15789, Feb. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 



225 

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A u th or 8 — Continued. 

Peattie, Elia W[ilkinson] 

IckeryAnn and other girls and boys. 
Chicago & New York. H. S. Stone & 
co., 1899. 5 p. 1., 286 pp. 12°. 390 

Contents. 

Bertha's debut, p. 75. 
The breeziest reunion, p. 261. 
Christmas at Goldberg, p. 225. 
The dead letter, p. 237. 
The genius, p. 29. 
Grizel Cochrane's ride. p. 49. 
How Christmas came to the Santa Maria 
flats, p. 207. 
Ickery Ann. p. 3. 
Jock, the chipmunk, p. 185. 
The McCulloughs of the bluff, p. 145. 
The message of the lilies, p. 123. 
The shut-in's. p. 91. 
Tarts, p. 105. 

Tommy, the beach cat. p. 277. 
The wooing of Fan Tod. p. 251. 

Copyright by Herbert S. Stone & co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 19851, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Phillips, Isaac Newton, reporter. 

Illinois. Supreme court. Illinois offi- 
cial reporter ... v. 178, pt. 1. 1899. 



Polk, R. L. & co. 

R . L. Polk & co.'s Peru and La 
Salle directory 1898-99 . . . Indian- 
apolis, Ind., R. L. Polk & co., 1899. 8° 

391 
Copyright by R. L. Polk & co., Indi- 
anapolis. 1899, no. 16119, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Progressive medicine. A. quarterly digest 
of advances, discoveries, and improve- 
ments in the medical and surgical 
sciences. Edited by H. A. Hare. v. 1. 
March, 1899 . . . Philadelphia & 
New York, Leabros. &. co., 1899. illus. 
pi. 8°. 392 

Contents. 
Blackader, A. D. The diseases of children, 
p. 99. 

Da Costa*, J. C. The surgery of the head, 
neck, and chest, p. 17. 
Hektoen, L. Pathology, p. 208. 
Randolph, R. L. Otology, p. 443. 
Thayer, W. S. Infectious diseases, includ- 
ing croupous pneumonia. 
Turner, A. L. Laryngology and rhinology. 

Copyright bv Lea bros. & co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 19523, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Ratkborne, St. George. 

A goddess of Africa ; a story of the 
golden fleece. New York, Street & 
Smith [1899] 267 pp. 12°. (Eagle li- 
brary, no. 101) " 393 

Copvright by Street & Smith, New 
York. * 1899, no'. 20876, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Ray, Anna Chapin. 

Each life unfulfilled. Boston, 

Little, Brown & co., 1899. 2 p. 1., 257pp. 
12 c . 394 

A novel of to-dav, dealing with American 
life. 

Copyright by Little, Brown &. co., 
Boston. 18b9, no. 15318, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 28, 1899. 

Read, Opie [P.] 

An Arkansas planter. Chicago & 
New York, Rand, McNally & co. 

[1899] 303 pp. 12°. (Oriental library, 

no. 14) 395 

Copyright by Rand, McNally & co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 19515, Mar. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

Reinhard, Alvin I. 

Key to grammar school algebra. 
Rochester, N. Y. &■ Chicago, Williams 
& Rogers, 1899. 163 pp. 12°. 396 

Copyright by L.L.Williams & F. 
E. Rogers, Rochester, N. Y. 1899, no. 
11560, Feb. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 

Richter, Victor von. 

Victor von Richter's Organic chem- 
istry; or, Chemistry of the carbon 
compounds, edited by R. Anschutz, 
authorized translation by E. F. Smith. 
3d American from the 8th German ed. 
v. 1 . . . Philadelphia, P. Blakis- 
ton's son & co., 1899. xviii, 17-625 pp. 
8°. 397 

Contents. 
v. 1. Chemistry of the aliphatic series. 

Copyright by P. Blakiston's son & 
co., Philadelphia, 1899, uo. 10528, Feb. 
4; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 3, 1899. 

Rod, Edouard. 

Pastor Nandie's young wife; trans- 
lated by B. Gilman. Boston, Little, 
Brown & co., 1899. xvi, 356 pp. 12°. 

398 
Copyright by Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 15320, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 28, 1899. 

Rodman, Warren A. 

Fate or law? The story of an opti- 
mist. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1899. 
218 pp. 12°. 399 

Copyright by Warren A. Rodman, 
Boston. '1899, no. 20324, Mar. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Rogers, Robert Cameron. 

For the king, and other poems. 
New York & London, G. P. Putnam's 
sons, 1899. iv pp., 1 1., 87 pp. 8°. 400 

Copvright by Robert Cameron Rog- 
ers, Buffalo. 1899, no. 17104, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 



226 

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Authors— Continued. 

Rollins, Montgomery. 

Tables showing the net return from 
bonds, stocks, and other investments 
paying interest semiannually at the 
rates per annum of 2, 2£, 3, 3£, 4, 4^, and 
5 per cent . . . 12th ed. Boston, M. 
Rollins & co. [1899J [119 pp.] 16°. 

401 

Copyright by Montgomery Rollins, 
Brookline, Mass. 1899, no. 14415, Feb. 
21 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

St. Louis traffic bureau. 

Circular "A-41." Shippers' guide 
and comparative rate sheet. Missou- 
ri .. . Indian Territory and Okla- 
homa . . . [St. Louis] 1899. 152 
pp. 8°. 402 

Copyright by A. J. Vanlandingham, 
St. Louis. 1899, no. 17226, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Satterlee, Henry Y[ates] 

New Testament churchmanship and 
the principles upon which it was 
founded. New York, London [etc.] 
Longmans, Green & co., 1899. xxx, 280 
pp. 12°. 403 

Copyright by Longmans, Green & 
co., New York. * 1899, no. 15178, Feb. 25 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

Shaw, Edward R[ichard] 

The national question book; a grad- 
ed course of study for teachers and 
students. New York & Chicago, E. 
L. Kellogg & co. [1899] x, 412 pp. 
12°. (Kellogg's teachers' library, v. 
15) 404 

Copyright by E. L. Kellogg & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 11322, Feb. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Sinclair, Angus. 

Locomotive engine running and 
management . . . 21st ed., rewritten. 
1st thousand. New York & London, 
J. Wiley & sons, 1899. xxxvi, 438 pp. 
illus. pi. 12°. 405 

Copyright by Angus Sinclair, East 
Orange, N. J. 1899, no. 19302, Mar. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Slocum, Phebe B. 

Witnessing; a concise account of a 
marvelous event with its happy results 
in the life of Phebe B. Slocum. With 
appreciation by . . . C. I. Scoheld . . . 
and an introduction by Anna G. Wood. 
Brattleboro, Yt., E. L. Hildreth & co. 
[1899] 99 pp. port. 12°. 406 

Copyright by Phebe Slocum, New 
Bedford, Mass. 1899, no. 17105, Mar. 6 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



Authors — Continued. 

Smith, Alexander, of Atlanta, and 
Smith, Victor. 

Analytical index - digest of bank- 
ruptcy law of 1898; including rules 
and forms. Annotated. Atlanta, 

The Byrd printing co. [1899] [244] 
pp. 8°. 407 

Copyright by Alexander and Victor 
Smith, Atlanta. 1899, no. 15324, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1899. 

Smith, Thomas Edwin. 

Political truth. A digest of political 
methods now in vogue . . . [Rock Is- 
land, 111., La Velle pub. co.] 1899. 195 
pp. 12°. 408 

Copyright by Thomas Edwin Smith, 
Rock Island, 111. 1899, no. 10300, Feb. 
3 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 4, 1899. 

The southwestern reporter, v. 48 . . . Per- 
manent ed. December 26, 1898-Feb- 
ruary 6, 1899 ... St. Paul, West pub. 
co., 1899. 4°. (National reporter sys- 
tem. — State series) 409 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 15442, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 4, 1899. 

Spencer, Herbert. 

The principles of psychology, v. 2. 
New York, D. Appleton & co., 1899. 8°. 

410 
Copyright by D. Appleton & co.,New 
York. 1899, no. 19702, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

The Standard American poultry book, 
containing all the different varieties of 
fowls . . . New York, The Chiswick 
pub. co., 1899. 196 pp. illus. pi. 8°. 
(The Chiswick library of popular 
books, no. 3) 411 

Copyright by the Chiswick pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 10365, Feb. 3; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. 

Stead, W[illiam] T[homas] 

The United States of Europe on the 
eve of the Parliament of peace. New 
York, Doubleday & McClure co., 1899. 
ix,231pp. maps. 12°. 412 

Copyright by Doubleday & McClure 
co., New York. 1899, no. 19495, Mar. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Stevens, [George W.] and Graham, [John 
M.] reporters. 

Georgia. Supreme court. Reports of 
cases . . . v. 103. 1899. 



227 

BOOKS (PKOPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Stiles, William Curtis. 

A matter of business, and other 
stories. Chicago, Advance pub. co., 
1899. 4 p. 1., 246 pp. 12°. 413 

Contents. 

The avenging brook, p. 143. 
A matter of business, p. 1. 
On the whole, p. 99. 

Copyright by Advance pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14857, Feb. 24; 1 copy 
rec'd Apr. 3, 1899 ; 1 copy rec'd Apr. 1, 
1899. 

Strateineyer, Edward. 

Fighting in Cuban waters ; or, Under 
Schley on the Brooklyn ; illustrated by 
A. B. Shute. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 
1899. ix, 344 pp. pi. 12°. (Old glory 
series) 414 

Copyright by Lee & Shepard, Boston. 
1899, no. 13919, Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 1, 1899. 

Swinton, William. 

A school history of the United States ; 
being a revision and rewriting of Swin- 
ton's " Condensed school history of the 
United States." New York, Cincin- 
nati [etc] Amer. book co. [1899] 383 
pp. illus. pi. maps. 12°. 415 

Copvright bv R. W. E. Swinton, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 5180, Jan. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 15, 1899. 

Thackeray, William Makepeace. 

[The works of William Makepeace 
Thackeray; with biographical intro- 
ductions by his daughter, Anne Ritchie 
... v. 12. The biographical ed.] 
New York & London. Harper & bros., 
1899. pi. 8°. 416 

Contents. 

v. 12. Denis Duval; The wolves and the 
lamb; Lovel the widower; Boundabout 
papers. 

Copyright bv Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no\ 15292, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Tucker, George F[ox] reporter. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial 
court. Massachusetts reports, v. 171. 
1899. 

United States. Court* of appeals. 

. . . Reports. Number[s] 54-55 . . . 
Semimonthly, February 15 [and] March 
1, 1899 ... S. A. Blatchford, reporter. 
Official ed. Albany & New York, 
Banks & bros., 1899. 2 v. 8°. 417,418 

Contents. 

no. 54. [v.] 50. First circuit, pages 433-492. 
[v.] CI. Eighth circuit, pages 1-123. 
[v.] 61. Ninth circuit, pages 124-192. 



Authors — Continued. 

United States. Courts of appeal — Cont'd. 

no. 55. [v.] Gl. Ninth circuit, pages 193-371. 
Second circuit, pages 372-426. 
Third circuit, pages 427-486. 
Fourth circuit, pages 487-496. 
Advance parts for temporary use. 

Copyright by Banks & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 19298, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899; no. 20327, Mar. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Supreme court. 

United States reports, v. 172. Cases 
adjudged ... at October term, 1898. 
J. C. B. Davis, reporter. New York, 
The Banks law pub. co.,1899. 8°. 419 

Copyright by The Banks law pub. 
co., New York. 1899, no. 17493, Mar. 7 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

The Utility code co. Milwaukee, Wis. 

The summit provision cable code. 
Milwaukee, Wis.. The Utility code co., 
1899. 306 pp. obi. 8 C . 420 

Copyright by Otis G. Washburn, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 16603, Mar. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

The summit sausage cable code. 

Milwaukee, Wis., The Utility code co., 
1899. 182 pp. obi. 8°. 421 

Copyright bv Otis G. Washburn, Mil- 
waukee. 1899", no. 16604, Mar. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Vecki, Victor G. 

The pathology and treatment of sex- 
ual impotence. From the author's sec- 
ond German ed., revised and rewrit- 
ten. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 
1899. 291pp. 8°. 422 

Copyright by W. B. Saunders, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 19301, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Vogle, B[enjamin] F[ranklin] 

History of Greensburg (Westmore- 
land county, Pennsylvania) and Greens- 
burg schools . . . Greensburg, Pa., 
Vogle & Winsheimer, 1899. 1 p. 1., 171, 
[1] pp., 1 1, illus. obi. 12°. 423 

Copyright by Benjamin Franklin 
Vogle, Greensburg, Pa. 1899, no. 16591, 
Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

Wagner, Richard. 

Parsifal in English verse; from the 
German ... by A. Forman. New 
York & London, The Macmillan co., 
1899. 71pp. 12°. 424 

Copyright by Alfred Forman, Eng- 
land. 1899, no. 20302, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



228 

BOOKS (PROPER)— Continued. 



Authors — Continued. 

Walker, Edward P. 

"Sanctify them:" a study of our 
Lord's prayer for his disciples. 
Philadelphia, Christian standard co. 
[1899] 160 pp. port. nar. 16°. 425 
Copyright by Christian standard co., 
ltd., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 15337, 
Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 
Westinghouse electric & manufacturing 
co. Pittsburg, Pa. 

Catalogue no. 216. Instructions for 
the installation and operation of al- 
ternating current generators. Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Westinghouse electric & 
manufacturing co. [1899] 86 pp. illns. 
diagr. 8°. 426 

Copyright by Westinghouse electric 
& manufacturing co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
1899, no. 12731, Feb. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 
Wharton, Edith. 

The greater inclination. New 
York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. 4 p. 1., 
254 pp. 12°. 427 



Authors — Continued. 

Wharton, Edith— Continued. 

Contents. 

A coward, p. 131. 

A cnp of cold water, p. 183. 

A journey, p. 27- 

The muse's tragedy, p. 1. 

The pelican, p. 49. 

The portrait, p. 229. 

Souls belated, p. 83. 

The twilight of the god. p. 159. 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 1899, no. 19801, Mar 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Wiener, Leo. 

The history of Yiddish literature in 

the nineteenth century. New York, 

C. Scribner's sons, 1899. xv, 402 pp. 

8°. 428 

Bibliography, p. 355-382. 

Copyright by Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 1899, no. 19803, Mar. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



I. BOOJKLS.-(2) lUISCEIiliANEOUS. 

(Classified under the term " Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

"Acetylene gas." Artificial daylight and 

the " simplex " generator. 284 

Copyright by Solar gas and machine 

co., New York. 1899, no. 19133, Mar. 14; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Advisory rates of Ames, Story county, 
Iowa. v. 17. 285 

Fonda, Pocahontas county, Iowa. 

v. 147. 286 

Copyright bv Henry Bennett, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. * 1899, nos. 19171, 19170, 
Mar. 14; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 
1899. 

Announcement of Underwood & Under- 
wood, who control the sale of the 
greatest variety of fast-selling original 
stereoscopic photographs in existence. 

287 
Copyright by Underwood & Under- 
wood, New York. 1899, no. 19358, Mar. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Arawana mills illustrated catalog, price 
list, and treatise on Palmer's special- 
ties and patents, 1859-1899. 288 
Copyright by Isaac Emerson Palmer, 
Middletown, Conn. 1898, no. 65169, 
Nov. 7; 1 copy rec'd Dec. 20, 1898; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Bible (The) study union lessons. Gospel 
stories, Child's monthly, v. 9, no. 4, 
lessons 14-18. 289 

Copyright bv Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899," no. 13647, Feb. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



— Primary monthly. 
14-18. 



9, no. 3, lessons 
290 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 13645, Feb. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Bible (The) study union (or Blakeslee) 
graded lessons. Gospel teachings; or, 
Lessons from the deeds and words of 
Christ, v. 9, no. 2, second quarter, les- 
sons 14-26. 291 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 13636, Feb. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

The life of Christ. Junior grade. 

v. 9, no. 2, second quarter, lessons 1-1-26. 

292 

Copyright by Bible study pub. co., 
Boston . 1899, no. 13639, Feb. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



229 

BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Biographical sketches of the members of 
the Senate and House of Representa- 
tives of Maine for 1899. v. 19. 293 
Copyright by Howard Owen, Au- 
gusta/ Me. 1898, no. 74651, Dec. 21; 1 
copv rec'd Jan. 9, 1899; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

Becker (L. A.) co. illustrated catalogue, 
1899. 294 

Copyright by L. A. Becker co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19820, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Belding bros. & co. New scheme of 

shadow tones. 295 

Copyright by Belding bros. & co., 

Northampton, Mass. 1899, no. 19542, 

Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Benard (Sam). A false friend. 296 

Copyright by William W. Delaney, 
New York. 1899, no. 208C0, Mar. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Burrowes (K.) Musical kindergarten 

songs. 297 

Copyright by Katharine Burrowes, 

Detroit. 1899, no. 13916, Feb. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Carbonic catalog; the new process 

liquid carbonic gas. 298 

Copyright by Bishop & Babcock co., 

Cleveland. 1899, no. 18686, Mar. 13 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Chaos and after. 299 

Copyright by F. M. Clendenin, New 
York. 1899, no. 19319, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Correspondence (The) school of electric- 
ity; circular of information. 300 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 18683, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Correspondence (The) school of mechan- 
ical engineering; circular of informa- 
tion. 301 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no. 19814, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Crusoe (Robinson), adapted by G. Har- 
low. 302 
Copyright by Wyatt company, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18434, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Davey (John). Nickel talk to the 

churches of the United States. 303 

Copyright by John Davey, Kent, 

Ohio. 1899, no.' 6500, Jan. 18; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Degnan (James P.). 
"Merrimac." 



The sinking of the 
304 



Copyright by William W. Delaney, 
New York. 1899, no. 20801, Mar. 21; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Descriptive and illustrated treatise on 
artificial legs, with the patent adjusta- 
ble double-slip socket. 305 
Copyright by Lowell E. Jepson, Min- 
neapolis. 1899, no. 89, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 127. 306 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 17572, Mar. 7 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Dividends in life insurance. 307 

Copyright by Spectator co , New 
York. " 1899, no! 20046, Mar. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Eldridge(P.) A patriotic alphabet. 308 
Copyright by Press Eldridge, New 
York. 1899, no. 19817, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

"Few (A) facts about tires." 309 

Copyright by Morgan & Wright, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20374, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Foote's (Dr.) pelvic pine cones. 310 

Copyright by E. B. Foote, New York. 
1899, no. 20804, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 21, 1899. 

Gates' perpetual calendar. 311 

Copyright by Gates iron works, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no\ 68866, Nov. 25 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Jan. 2, 1899. 

Globe horizon circle map. 312 

Copyright by Thomas H. Costello, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 19575, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Good paint; what it is; how it is made; 
how it should be used. 313 

Copyright by Colonial works, Boon- 
ton, N. J. 1899, no. 19321, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Grammar. Section 2, 123 B. Instruc- 
tion paper, 1st ed. 314 
Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no. 17119, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Section 3, 123 G. Instruction paper, 

1st ed. 315 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton. 1899, no. 17115, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



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BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Grammar. Section 3, 123 C. Question 

paper, 1st ed. 316 
Section 4, 123 D. Question paper, 

1st ed. 317 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton. 1899, nos. 17879, 17880, Mar. 

9; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Handbook of Edgar Tate & co. 318 

Copyright by Edgar Tate & co., 
New York. 1898, no. 77250, Dec. 30; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

Handful (A) of value for a piuch of cost. 

319 
Copyright by R. H. Ingersoll & bro., 
New York. 1899, no. 7872, Jam 24; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Handsome Harry, no. 8, Mar. 17, 1899. 

320 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 16175, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Handy (The) chart of casualty and 
other miscellaneous insurance compa- 
nies in America. 1899. 321 
Copyright by Spectator co., New 
York." 1899, no. 17754, Mar. 8; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Henderson (Peter) & co. Everything 

for the lawn and golf links. 322 

Copyright by Peter Henderson & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 19546, Mar. 

16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Henry (W. F.) Henry's photo coloring 

and glazing process. 323 

Copyright by W. F. Henry, Vallejo, 

Cal. 1899, no. 20446, Mar. 20; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

How to feed with cereo. 324 

Copyright by Cereo company, Tap- 
pan, N. Y. 1898, no 64158*, Nov. 1 ; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 1, 1898. 

How to live well on a dime a day, or less. 

325 
Copyright by John Harvey Kellogg, 
Battle Creek, Mich. 1899, no. 19529, 
Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18. 1899. 



How to use Portland cement. 



326 



Copyright by Buckeye Portland ce- 
ment co., Bellefontaine, Ohio. 1898, 
no. 55752, Sept. 23 ; 2 copies rec'd Oct. 
10, 1898. 

If the banks and loan companies should 
reduce the rate of interest on deposits, 
as has been done in other cities? 327 
Copyright by American pub. co., 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 1899, no. 20444, Mar. 
20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



Titles — iContinaed. 

In the course for engineers. Lesson 11. 
(Railway correspondence school.) 

328 

Copyright by George H. Baker, New 

York. 1898, no. 15416, Mar. 4; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 4, 1898. 

In the course for firemen. Lesson 11. 
(Railway correspondence school.) 

329 

Copyright by George H. Baker, New 

York. " 1898, no. 15417, Mar. 4 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 4, 1898. 

Indian runner ducks. 330 

Copyright by R. B. & C. H. Dayton, 
Remsenburg, N. Y. 1899, no. 19131, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Kellogg (J. H.) Balanced bills of fare. 

331 

The daily ration. 332 

Copyright bv John Harvey Kellogg, 
Battle Creek, Mich. 1899, nos. 19531, 
19530, Mar. 16; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 
18, 1899. 

Knoedler (M.) & co. Catalogue of our 

publications. 333 

Copyright by M. Knoedler &co., New 

York.' 1898, no. 72552, Dec. 12 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Life insurance agents' vade mecum. 

Issued Mar. 1, 1899. 334 

Copyright by A. J. Flitcraft, Oak 

Park, 111. 1899, no. 19136, Mar. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Missionary exercise, no. 5 ; the church and 
world-wide missions. 335 

Copyright by United society chris- 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 72546, 
Dec. 12; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 

Moore (F. A.) Get your eyes open. 336 
Copy right by Frank Allen Moore, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 16607, Mar. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Morning star symbols. First quarter, 
1899. Doorway of life. 337 

Copvright by Morning star pub. 
house," Boston. 1899, no. 11336, Feb. 8 ; 
1 copy rec'd Feb. 8, 1899; 1 copy rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Mott's letter head, with phonetic English 

alphabet. 338 

Copyright by John M. Mott, Chicago. 

1898, no. 69094, Nov. 26; 2 copies rec'd 

Nov. 26, 1898. 

Off for Cuba. Goodbye! 339 

Copyright by M. F. Tobin, New York. 
1898. no. 29408! Mav 11; 2 copies rec'd 
May 13, 1898. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Orear (Mrs. A. S.) Self-reading notes. 

340 
Copyright by Mrs. A. S. Orear, Ex- 
celsior Springs, Mo. 1898, no. 65518, 
Nov. 7; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 7, 1898. 

Palmer's specialties and patents ; treatise 
and illustrations. 341 

Copyright bv I. E. Palmer, Middle- 
town, Conn. 1899, no. 13242, Eeb. 17; 2 
copies rec*d Mar. 10, 1899. 

Parkyn (H. A.) Special mail course in 
suggestion. 342 

Copyright by Chicago school of psy- 
chology, Chicago. 1898, no. 64863, Nov. 
5; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Peck (Adelbert Henry). The essential 
oils and some other agents ; their an- 
tiseptic value, [etc.] 343 

Results of experiments by A. H. P. 

344 

— Results of experiments with and 
analvsis of various medicinal agents, 
[etc.] 345 

— Therapeutics of the essential oils 
and some other agents. 346 

Copyright bv Adelbert Henry Peck, 
Chicago. 1899", nos. 20370. 20373, 20372, 
20371, M 
20, 1899. 

Physical laboratory instructions and 

selected list of physical constants. 347 

Copyright by Central school supply 

house, Chicago. 1898, no. 40447, July 5 ; 

2 copies rec'd Aug. 22, 18*98. 

Pluck and luck. no. 41, Mar. 15, 1899. 

348 
Copvright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. 1899, no. 16179. Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Pollock (J. A.) Pointers on Utah mining 

stocks for investors, 1899. 349 

Copyright bv James A. Pollock, Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 1899, no. 19130, Mar. 

14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Portrait agents' troubles ended. 350 

Copvright by C. H. Van Deusen, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 19825, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Principles of the alternating current. 
Question paper. Book 16, complete. 

352 
Copyright by Electrical engineer in- 
stitute of correspondence instruction, 
New York. 1899, no. 20445, Mar. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
Rand-McNally round rapid writing, no. 
9. 353 

Copyright bv Rand, McNally & co., 
hicago. 1899, no. 177 ' 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Ray (A.) Cook inlet coal fields. 354 

Copvrio-ht by Alfred Rav, London. 

1899, no. 18644, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Ray (John T.) Democratic government 

in the schools. 355 

Copyright bv Public school pub. co., 

Bloomington, 111. 1899, no. 10704, Feb. 

6; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Regal beauties; being a collection of 
specimens of monumental marble de- 
signs from the Georgia marble finish- 
ing works, no. 5. 356 
Copyright by Georgia marble finish- 
ing works, Canton, Ga. 1898, no. 75893, 
Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Roby (W. C.) The miner's curse. 357 
Copvright bv William W. Delanev, 
New York. 1899. no. 20799, Mar. 21 ;' 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

" Rosebank" and its orchids. 358 

Copyright by W. A. McFadden, Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 12325, Feb. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 23, 1899. 

Rules for the inspection and measure- 
ment of hard wood lumber. 359 
Copvright by A. R. Yinnedge. Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 19821. Mar. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Secret service, no. 8, Mar. 17, 1899. 360 
Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 
York. ' 1899, no. 16185, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Shepard's national system of adhesive 
annotations. Supplement to v. 99, 
Wisconsin decisions. 361 

Copvright bv Frank Shepard, Chi- 
cago. " 1899. no.' 19593, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Smith (Albert). Sure shot plan for de- 
stroying the poultry mite ; and other 
valuable in formation regarding poultry 
culture. 362 

Copyright by Albert Smith, Cad- 



copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 



232 

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Titles — Continued. 

Song evangelist. Edited by Asa Hull. 

Advance sheet. 363 

Copyright by Asa Hull, New York. 

1899, no. 20037, Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 18, 1899. 

iSpanhoofd (Eduard). The essentials of 
German grammar, no. 3. 364 

Copyright by Germania pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 16409, Mar. 2; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Supreme castle of the Knights and ladies 
of Lincoln. 365 

Copyright bv R. T. Court, Spring- 
field, 111. 1899| no. 19527, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Temperance exercise, no. 5; a great re- 
form that needs our help. 366 
Copyright by United society chris- 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 63635, 
Oct. 25 ; 2 copies rec'd Jan. 27, 1899. 
Territorial (The) history of North Amer- 
ica, 367 
Copyright by Eli Nash Moyer and 
Ethel Jean Goodwin, Toronto. 1898, 
no. 69474, Nov. 28; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 
28, 1898. 
Tide tables for Sandy Hook and Gov- 
ernor's Island, and calendar for 1899. 

368 
Copyright by Frank Collyer, Brook- 
lyn. 1898, no. 71337, Dec. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 6, 1898. 
Tip top weekly, no. 153. 369 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 15459, Feb. 27 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
"To the rider." 370 

Copyright by Morgan & Wright, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 20375, Mar. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
Townley's ads. no. 1, 1899. 371 

Copyright by Harry P. Townley, 
Terre Haute, Ind. 1899, no. 19312, Mar. 
15; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 
Treatise (A) on neurasthenia (nervous 
exhaustion). 372 

Copyright by Gray laboratory, New 
York. 1899. no. 19134, Mar. 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec"d Mar. 14, 1899. 
Triplett (T. M.) Special treatment of 
rectal diseases, hernia, and. catarrh. 
2d ed. 373 

Copyright by Thomas Monroe Trip- 
lett, Lincoln, Nebr. 1899, no. 16753, 
Mar. 4; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
True blue. no. 44, Mar. 11, 1899. 374 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 15458, Feb. 27; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Universal (The) character delineator anc 
matrimonial counselor: "The noblest 
study of mankind." 37;; 

Copyright by Utilitas mfg. co., New 
York. 1898, no. 71832, Dec. 9 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

Vertical penmanship. 235. Instructioi 

paper, 1st ed. 37( 

Copvright by Colliery engineer co. 

Scranton, Pa. * 1899, no. 17123, Mar. 6 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Viscol belt dressing. 377 

Copyright by Viscol co., Boston. 

1899, no. 18681, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 15, 1899. 

Washington (The) prints. 37£ 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 20879, Mar. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Wells (Amos R.) The Christian en- 
deavor rainbow. 37J 
Copyright by United society Chris- 
tian endeavor, Boston. 1898, no. 70870, 
Dec. 5; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 22, 1898. 



What shall I buv? 



380 



Copvright bv Vechten Waring, New 
York/ 1898, no. 71335, Dec. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 



Wild wave (Willie) 
fire. 



The Windsor hotel 
381 

Copyright by William W. Delaney, 
New York. 1899, no. 20798, Mar. 21: 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Work and win. no. 15, Mar. 17, 1899. 

382 

Copyright by Frank Tousey, New 

York. 1899, no. 16189, Mar. 1; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Writt (H.) Some observations on the 
fundamental principles of nature. 

383 

Copyright by Henry Writt, Chicago. 

1899, no. 19853, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Young Klondike, no. 30, Mar. 15, 1899. 

384 

Copvright by Frank Tousey, New 

York." 1899, no. 16196, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Zodiac of the Archetypal man. (Mac- 
rocosm.) 385 
Copyright by John B. Schmalz, Chi- 
cago. 1898, no. 65014, Nov. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Nov. 12, 1898. 



233 



I. BOOKS (3) NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES. 

[Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabetically by 
authors or titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



i'Becket (John J.) In the name of art. I Call Italy an ally 



554 

Copyright by John J. A'Becket, U. S. 
1899, no. 20888, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 21, 1899. 

Americans dying in the Orient. 555 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19606, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16. 1899. 



America's future greatness. 



556 



Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 20893, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Anarchist Lucheni relentless. 557 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20462, Mar. 20; 2 copies I 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Army officers see pyramids. 558 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- | 
cago. 1899, no. 20449, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

| 
Art exhibition in Finland. 559 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no.' 19372, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies i 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Barr (R.) The East while you wait. | 

560 J 
Copyright by Robert Barr, London. 
1899,*no. 15295, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

Beautiful women admired by the Prince 

of Wales. 561 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20121, 

Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Beauty hints. 562 

Copyright by American press asso- 
ciation, New York. 1899, no. 20102, 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Bolivian revolution waning. 563 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19608, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Bound to divide China. 564 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19857, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Brower (Edith). The magnanimity of 

Jesse Plunkett Ford. 565 

Copyright by Edith Brower, U. S. 

1899, no. 20886, Mar. 21; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 21, 1899. 



566 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19607, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Can new hair be made to grow on a 

shiny bald head? 567 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20125, 

Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Carlsruhe to have a dog show. 568 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20455, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Carnations ; raising new varieties from 
seed. 569 

Copyright by A. T. De La Mare ptg. 
and pub. co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 
18536, Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 
1899. 

Cherrington (L. J.) Popular hygiene: 
no. 10, The dynamics of exercise. 570 
Copyright by Le Roy Jones Cher- 
rington, Salem, Mass. 1899, no. 20106, 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Chicago (The) record's home study cir- 
cle; directed by Prof. Seymour Eaton. 
No. 55, Mar. 6, 1899. Popular studies in 
European history. (2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 7, 1899.) 571 

no. 56, Mar. 7, 1899. The world's 

great commercial products. (2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. ) 572 

no. 57, Mar. 8, 1899. Governments of 

the world of to-day. (2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 9, 1899.) 573 

no. 58, Mar. 9, 1899. Popular studies 

in literature. (2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 
1899.) 574 

no. 59, Mar. 10, 1899. Popular studies 

in literature (continued). (2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899.) 575 

no. 60, Mar. 11, 1899. The world's 

great artists. (2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 
1899.) 576 

Copyright by Seymour Eaton, Lans- 
downe, Pa. 1899, nos. 9098-9103, Jan. 
30; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 7 to Mar. 
13, 1899. 

Chicagoans invade Bohemia. 577 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19600, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



234 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Children's books; recollections of well- 
known people of their childhood's 
reading. 578 

Copyright by Ed. Ackermann, West 
Hoboken, N. J. 1899, no. 12069, Feb. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Convicts said to be innocent. 579 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19383, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Counting (A) board. 580 

Copyright by Cyrus Kehr, Lakeside, 
111. 1899, no. 19365, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Cubans make a plea. 581 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19863, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Curiosities. 582 

Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 21099, Mar. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

Cut off from the world . . . Two true 

stories of life in the west. 583 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20124, 

Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Czar and czarina are well. 584 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19598, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Daisy May writes of Easter fashions. 

585 
Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 20100, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

De Foe (L. V.) The path to perdition. 

586 
Copyright by Louis Vincent De Foe, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 18540, Mar. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

De Land (Lorin F.) Six photographs of 
Phillips Brooks. [In the Church mili- 
tant, Jan., 1899.] 587 
Copyright by Church militant, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 18866, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Deserted by his dervishes. 588 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19609, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Diplomats ward off a clash over China. 

589 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 19180, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Does not meet British forces. 590 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19376, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Doyle (A. Conan). Round the fire. 591 
Copyright by George Newnes, ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 21098, Mar. 22; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

True story of the tragedy of " Flow- 
ery Land." 592 
Copyright by A. Conan Doyle, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 18403, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Ellis (E. S. ) In the debatable land. 593 
Copyright by Edward S. Ellis, U. S. 
1899, no. 15847, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

Elton (T. L.) Mascagni's new ojjera. 

594 

Copyright by Truman L. Elton, U. S. 

1899, no. 20101, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 18, 1899. 

England and America protest. 595 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19872, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Escaped from Devil's Island in a steam 

yacht. 596 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20123, 

Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Esterhazy's disown the "Count." 597 
Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 19380, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Favored by Germany. 598 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19858, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Fellow diplomat tills his place. 599 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 20450, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Fight at San Juan hill. 600 

Copyright by John H. Parker, U. S. 
1899, no. 19177, Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

Fraser (W. A.) The god and the fisher- 
man. 601 
Copyright by W. A. Fraser, George- 
town, Canada, 1899, no. 18404, Mar. 11] 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



235 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Future (The) of Cuba libre. 602 

Copyright by American press ass'u, 
New York. 1899, no. 19175, Mar. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Gabardine (The) of woe. 603 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 19174, Mar. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Gatlings at San Juan. 604 

Copyright by John H. Parker, U. S. 
1899, no. 19178,' Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

German meat inspectors meet. 605 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 19599, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

German radicals alarmed. 606 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 19861, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Great alarm in Rome. 607 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19601, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Great enthusiasm in Naples. 608 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19865, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Gustaf (Crown Prince) insulted. 609 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago 1899, no. 19602, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Hard blow to rebels. 610 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19596, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Hecker controversy still on. 611 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19604, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Holding rebels back. 



612 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19869, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

How our everj'day insects convey disease 

germs to men and animals. 613 

Copyright by New York' journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20122, 

Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



In honor of Kino- Humbert. 



614 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no.' 19873, Mar. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

In recognition of gallantry. 615 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20448, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
I rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Increases Roumanian army. 616 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19367, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Ireland story not credited. 617 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19371, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Kaiser (The) thanks Ambassador White. 

618 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. * 1899, no. 19181, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Kilpatrick (C. G.) Interesting story of 

a bicycle trick rider. 619 

Copyright by C. G. Kilpatrick, U. S. 

1899, no. 20103, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 18, 1899. 

King (A) by right; the story of a hidden 

throne. ' 620 

Copyright by Press pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 18451, Mar. 11; 2 copies 

rec'd in parts Mar. 1 to Mar. 20, 1899. 

Late Paris fashions. 621 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 20098, Mar. 18 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Leopold to abdicate. 622 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 19381, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

May force a crisis. 623 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19382, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

j May stop the pilgrimages. 624 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19870, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

| Memorial statue of Gladstone. 625 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19610, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

j Milan about to quit Servia. 626 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19860, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Mon Dieu, mon Dieu, what a misfortune 

to my poor boy ! 627 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser. New York. 1899, no. 20126, 

Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



236 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Municipal ownership popular. 628 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19373, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

New university lacks funds. 629 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20461, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Notes on track, 98. Handling ballast and 

filling material (concluded). 630 

Copyright by W. M. Camp, Chicago. 

1899, no. 19611, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 20, 1899. 

Number fifteen. 631 

Copyright by Cyrus Kehr, Lakeside, 
111. 1899, no. 19364, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer. no. 271. . 632 

Copyright by German press and plate 

co., Cleveland. 1899, no. 20464, Mar. 

20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



On the trail of the Klondiker. 



633 



Post-Lenten fashions. 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 20887, Mar. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Outbreak in Leyte. 634 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20460, Mar. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Partition (The) of China. 635 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899, no. 20889, Mar. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

People cheer Gomez. 636 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 19595, Mar. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Pleased by Mr. Choate's speech. 637 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20454, Mar. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Pope's health causes anxiety. 638 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20456, Mar. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Possible king is born. 639 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19377/Mar. 15; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Protectionist policy in India. 641 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19368, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Puzzle (The) of the hidden shamrock. 

642 
Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20129, 
Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Puzzled by an American. 643 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19379, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Queen expresses her sorrow. 644 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19378, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Queux (W. Le). A matter of millions: 

a tale. 645 

Copyright by William Le Queux, 

London. 1898, no. 57210, Sept. 29; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 28, 1898. 

: Red (The) book of Spain. 646 

Copyright by Capt. Jorge N. y Wald- 
berg, Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 18426, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Refuses money to the Sultan. 647 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 19370, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

: Reichstag's victory over the emperor. 

648 
Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 20892, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

j Relief reaches Gibraltar. 649 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19603, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Relief starts for Port Said. 



640 



650 



Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1898, no. 20890, Mar. 21; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 



Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 19876, Mar. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Rich plunder for wreckers. 651 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19875, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Ritter (John P.) When hearts were 

brave and true. 652 

Copyright by John P. Ritter, U. S. 

1899, no. 15857, Feb. 28; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 14, 1899. 

San Juan's real hero. 653 

Copyright by John H. Parker, U. S. 
1899, no. 19176, Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Scandal affects Queen's health. 654 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20452, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

See better days for Spain. 655 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20459, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18. 1899. 

Serious dissensions in Madrid. 656 

Copyright by Chicago record. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19369, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Sheathes his sword. 657 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 19366, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Sheridan sails for Port Said. 658 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19374, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Shows the stability of France. 659 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 19859, Mar. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Silvela cabinet may break up. 660 

Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no*. 19866, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Spain again seeks help. 661 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20457, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Spanish troops reach home. 662 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19375, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Spielhagen (Fredrick). Opfer. 663 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 21086, 
Mar. 22 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

Streets of a city. 664 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899. no. 20096, Mar. 18; 2 
copies reo'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Sunday closing in Frankfort. 665 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19868, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Taggart (Marion Ames). Jack Hildreth 

on the Nile. 666 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 

York. 1899, no! 19289, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Takes his claim to Brussels. 667 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. ' 1899, no. 19597, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Talk of higher duty on oil. 668 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20463, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

To abandon the Julian calendar. 669* 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. "1899, no. 19874, Mar. 17; 2 copies- 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

To dam the Nile. 670' 

Copyright by New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20128,. 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Tolstoy (Count Leo). The awakening. 

(Chaps. 1 to 4 inc.) 671 

Copyright by John Brisben Walker, 

Irvington, N. Y. 1899, no. 21392% Mar. 

24 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 24, 1899. 

Trade (The) in live stock. Kansas City 

star, Mar. 11, 1899.) 672' 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 19179, Mar. 

14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Mar. 13, 1899. 673 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 1899, no. 19614, Mar. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Mar. 14, 1899. 674 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 19615, Mar. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Mar. 15, 1899. 675 

Copyright bv Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 20130, Mar. 
18 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Mar. 16, 17, 1899. 676, 677 

Copyright by Kansas City star co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 1899, no. 20484, 20485, 
Mar. 20; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 20, 
1899. 

Transferred to Friedrichsruh. 678 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 19877, Mar. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Turks and Servians clash. 679 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 19871, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Turn against Gomez. 680 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20447, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



238 

BOOKS (NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Two romances of a madhouse. 681 

Copyright hv New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20119, 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
University of Warsaw opened. 682 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20158, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Wales playing golf. 683 

Copyright by Associated press, New 
York. 1899, no. 20486, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Way (A) we have at old Harvard. 684 
Copyright bv New York journal and 
advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20120, 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Wether ell (C.) Neptune visits the Job- 
bernowls. 685 
Copyright by Caroline Wetherell, 
U. S. 1899, no. 20099, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
What to call the government. 686 
Copyright bv Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no' 20453, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Whitney (John R.) Sabbath school les- 
son, April 2, 1899. 687 
Copyright by John R. Whitney, New 
York. 1899, no. 19389, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Why Martino was recalled. 688 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19862, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Why Mrs. George Gould's noble guest 

isn't coming. 689 

Copyright by New York journal and 

advertiser, New York. 1899, no. 20127, 

Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Will be the ruin of Ostend. 690 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19605, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Will not help railway scheme. 691 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 20451, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Will represent Belgium. 692 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19864, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Williams (Earl). A border rivalry. 693 
Conyright by Earl W. Mayo, New 
York. 1898, no. 71332, Dec. 7; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 
Wins honors in Edinburgh. 694 

Copyright by Chicago record, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 19867, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



II. DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Along the Kennebec : A rural comedy in 
4 acts, by Eunice Fitch. 33 

Copyright by Reno and Curtis, New 
York. 1899, no. 19138, Mar. 14 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Chiropodist (The). Bv Jane Marl in. 

34 

Copyright by Jane Marlin, New 

Haven, Conn. 1898, no. 65644, Nov. 8 ; 2 

typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

"Crab (The);" burlesque on " The Tur- 
tle:" A comedy in 1 act and 2 scenes, 
by Sam Devere. 35 

Copyright by Sam Devere, Brooklyn. 
1899, no. 20384, Mar. 20; 2 typewritten 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Divorced by proxy: Comedy in 4 acts, 
by Lem. B. Parker. 36 

Copyright by Lem. B. Parker, Wash- 
ington, la. 1899, no. 20057, Mar. 18; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Divorced life 
Deneare. 



A play in 3 acts, by Charles 
37 



Copyright by Charles Denegre, Wash- 
ington, D. 0. 1899, no. 5218, Jan. 12 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 



Keep him walking. 



By Leslie Moresco. 

38 



Copyright bt Leslie Moresco, San 
Francisco. 1899, no. 19548, Mar. 16; 
2 typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Man (The) from Santiago: A comedy. 

39 
Copyright by Virna Woods, Sacra- 
mento', Cal. 1899, no. 17154, Mar. 6; 2 
typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

One of the four hundred: A comedy in 2 
acts, by H. Elliott McBride. 40 

Copyright by Lyceum pub. co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 19182, Mar. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



239 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Philosopher (The) of Driftwood; or, Ret- 
ribution : A drama in 5 acts, by Anna 
Jenness Miller. 41 

Copyright by Anna Jenness Miller, 
Washington, D. C. 1898, no. 69604, Nov. 
29; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Dec. 20, 
1898. 
Reclamation (The) of Hester Blair: A 
play in 5 acts, by William H. Carson. 

42 
Copyright bv William Henry Carson, 
Brockton, Mass. 1899, no. 20051, Mar. 
18; 2 typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 18, 
1899. 
Royal (A) lover: A play in 4 acts, by 
John S. Crellin and Homer D. Grant. 

43 
Copyright by Homer D. Grant, New 
York. 1899, no. 20055, Mar. 18 ; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Jan. 13, 1899. 
Royal (The) order of the ogling owls ; or, 
The lost princess. By A. Fitzhugh Lee 
and W. L. Maclean. 44 

Copyright by Pettibone bros. mfg. 
co., Cincinnati. 1898, no. 64547, Nov. 
3; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 3, 1898. 
Sappho. Trauerspiel in fiinf aufziigen 
von Franz Grillparzer. Edited bv 
Chiles Clifton Ferrell. 45 

Copyright by Chiles Clifton Ferrell, 
Oxford, Miss. 1899, no. 15778, Feb. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 
Snap shots : A 1-act comedy, by Hattie 
Starr and George A. Poole. 46 

Copyright by Hattie Starr and George 
A. Poole, Ne w York. 1899, no. 20056, 
Mar. 18; 2 typewritten copies rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Three buttons off; or, A slight mistake. 

By John Tackman. 47 

Copyright by John Tackman, Yonk- 

ers, N. Y. 1899, no. 20385, Mar. 20; 2 

typewritten copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Vital (A) question. By Alexander Ber- 

kove Ebin. 48 

Copyright by Alexander Berkove 

Ebin, U. S. 1898, no. 69479, Nov. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Nov. 29, 1898. 

Wanted! A coaling station: A coon mu- 
sical farce in 2 acts, by E. Henry Gur- 
ney. 49 

Copyright by E. Henry Gurney, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 19830, Mar. 17; 2 type- 
written copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Who's the deceiver? By James Lackay. 

50 
Copyright by Jas. Lackay, New York. 
1899, no. 19139, Mar. 14 ; 2 typewritten 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Yellow (The) cab; or, The automobile: 
Farcical comedy in 3 acts, adapted from 
the French by A.. H. Canby. 51 

Copyright by A. H. Canbv, New 
York. 1899, no. 10540, Feb. 4; "2 type- 
written copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Zanoni : A dramatization of Bulwer Lyt- 
ton's novel, adapted and arranged for 
the stage by Allen E. Shappee. 52 

Copyright by Allen E. Shappee, Ham- 
ilton, Mont. 1899, no. 6377, Jan. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



III. PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 

Abendblatt der New Yorker staats-zei- 

418 
419 
420 
421 
422 
423 



tung. Monday, Apr. 17, 

Tuesday, Apr. 18, 1899. 

Wednesday, Apr. 19, 1899 

Thursday, Apr. 20, 1899. 

Friday, Apr. 21, 1899. 

Saturday, Apr. 22, 1899. 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 

zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1642- 

1647, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 

18 to 24, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Advance reports, supplemental to " The 
legal intelligencer.'' Feb. 10, 1899. 424 
Copyright by W. W. Greist, secretary 
of the commonwealth for the State of 
Pennsylvania, U. S. 1899, no. 11842, 
Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 10, 1899. 

Feb. 17, 1899. 425 

Copyright by W. W. Greist, secretary 
of the commonwealth for the State of 
Pennsylvania, U. S. 1899, no. 13316, 
Feb. 17; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 17, 1899. 



240 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Advance reports, supplemental to "The 
legal intelligencer." Feb. 24, 1899. v. 
56, no. 8. 426 

Copyriglit by W. W. Greist, secretary 
of the commonwealth for the State of 
Pennsylvania, U. S. 1899, no. 14918, 
Feb. 24; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 24, 1899. 

Mar. 3, 1899. v. 56, no. 9. 427 

Copyright by W. W. Greist, secretary 
of the commonwealth for the State of 
Pennsylvania, U. S. 1899, no. 16676, 
Mar. 3; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

March 10, 1899. 428 

Copyright by W. W. Greist, sec. of 
the commonwealth for the State of Pa. 



1899, no. 18241, Mar. 
Mar. 10, 1899. 



10; 2 copies rec'd 



429 



v. 56, no. 11. Mar. 17. 

Copyright by W. W. Greist, secry. of 
the commonwealth for the State of 
Pa. 1899, no. 19885, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Ainslee's magazine. April, 1899. 430 

Copyright by Street & Smith, New 
York. 1899, no. 20898, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 

American agriculturist, v. 63, no. 16. 

April 22, 1899. 431 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 

York. 1899, no. 677, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 19, 1899. 

American architect and building news. 
v. 61, no. 1216. April 15, 1899. 432 

Cox>yright by American architect 
and building news co., Boston. 1899, 
no. 3834, Jan. 9; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 17, 
1899. 

American farmer magazine, v. 5. April, 

1899. no.4, 433 

Copyright by The Lindauerpub. co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 3778, Jan. 9 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

American florist. April 15, 1899. v. 14, 

no. 567. 434 

Copyright by American florist co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 16623, Mar. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

American gynaecological and obstetrical 
journal, v. 14. April, 1899. no. 4. 

435 
Copyright by J. D. Emmet, New 
York. 1899, no. 2761, Jan. 5 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

American medical journalist. Feb, 1899. 

v. 3, no. 2. 436 

Copyright by Charles Wood Fassett, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 1899,no. 19618, Mar. 16; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Armstrong's magazine. Feb., Mar. 1899. 

v. 4, no. 2, 3. 437 

Copvright by Mrs. P. F. Armstrong, 

Atlanta, Ga. 1899, no. 20487, Mar. 20; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Atlantic monthly. May, 1899. 438 

Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 5451, Jan. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1899. 

Atlantic reporter. Mar. 8, 1899. v. 42, 

no. 7. 439 

Copvright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 17284, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 15, 1899. v. 42, no. 8. 440 

Copvright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18885, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

Mar. 22, 1899. v. 42, no. 9. 441 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899,no. 20488, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899. 

Baby Pathfinder railway guide. Apr. 15, 

1899. 442 

Copyright by New England railway 

pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 75735, Dec. 

24 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Boiler maker. Jan., 1898. 443 

Copvright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10532*, Feb. 4 ; 
2 copies rec'd Jan. 7, 1898. 

Feb., 1898. 444 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson &. 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10533*,' Feb. 4 ; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 8, 1898. 

Mar., 1898. 445 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10534*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1898. 

Apr., 1898. 446 

Copyright bv Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. *1899, no. 10535*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 8, 1898. 

May, 1898. 447 

Copyright bv Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10536*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd May 6, 1898. 

June, 1898. 448 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10537*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd June 6, 1898. 

July, 1898. 449 

Copvright bv Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10538*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd July 5, 1898. 



241 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Title* — Continued. 

Boiler maker. Aug., 1898. 450 

Copyright by Joseph T. Eyerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10539% Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Aug. 6, 1898. 

Sept., 1898. 451 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10540*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Sept. 3, 1898. 

Oct., 1898. 452 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10541*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Oct. 3, 1898. 

Nov., 1898. 453 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson &, 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10542*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 4, 1898. 

Dec, 1898. 454 

Copyright by Joseph T. Ryerson & 
son, Chicago. 1899, no. 10543*, Feb. 4; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 6, 1898. 

Botanical gazette. Apr., 1899. v. 27, 

no. 4. 455 

Copyright by University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 1898, no. 53805, Sept. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

Building trades magazine, v. 2, no. 10. 

May, 1899. Whole no. 22. 456 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 

Scranton, Pa. 1898, no. 75520, Dec. 24 ; 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

Callanan's (L. J.) monthly. Feb., 1899. 
v. 2, no. 4. 457 

Copyright by L. J. Callanan, New- 
York. 1899, no. 16145, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Carpet and upholstery trade review. 

Mar., 1899. v. 30, no. 6. 458 

Copyright by Review pub. co., New 

York. 1899, no. 19636, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Catholic news. v. 13, no. 25. Apr. 15, 

1899. 459 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 

New York. 1898, no. 74532, Dec. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Apr. 19, 1899. 460 

Copyright by Catholic news pub. co., 
New York. 1898, no. 74481, Dec. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1899. 

Century illustrated monthly magazine. 

Apr., 1899. v. 57, no. 6. 461 

Copyright by Century co., New York. 

1899, no. 20815, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 27, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Christian endeavor world, v. 13, no. 24. 
Mar. 16, 1899. 462 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 830, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 15, 1899. 

v. 13, no. 25. Mar. 23, 1899. 463 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 831, J an. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 22, 1899. 

v. 13, no. 26. Mar. 30, 1899. 464 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 832, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 3, 1899. 

v. 13, no. 27. Apr. 6, 1899. 465 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 833, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 6, 1899. 

v. 13, no. 29. Apr. 20, 1899. 466 

Copyright by Golden rule co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 835, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1899. 

Christian herald, v. 22, no. 11. Mar. 15, 
1899. 467 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 74984, Dec. 22; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

v. 22, no. 12. Mar. 22, 1899. 468 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 74985, Dec. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

v. 22, no. 13. Mar. 29, 1899. 469 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 74986, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 

v. 22, no. 14. Apr. 5, 1899. 470 

Copvright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 74987, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 4, 1899. 

v. 22, no. 15. Apr. 12, 1899. 471 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 74988, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 11, 1899. 

v. 22, no. 16. Apr. 19, 1899. 472 

Copyright by Louis Klopsch, New 
York. 1898, no. 74989, Dec. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 18, 1899. 

Christian science sentinel, v. 1, no. 29. 

Mar. 16, 1899. 473 

Copvright by Mary Baker G. Eddy, 

Coucord,N. H.' 1899, no. 20147, Mar. 18; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



242 

PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Commercial and financial chronicle. 

Apr. 15, 1899. v. 68, no. 1764. 474 

State and city supplement. 475 

Copyright by William B. Dana co., 

New York. 1899, nos. 4444, 4455, Jan. 

10,1899; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 17, 

1899. 

Cordage trade journal. v. 18, no. 6. 

Mar. 16, 1899. 476 

Copyright by Chas. H. Delano, New 

York. 1899, no. 19832, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



Cycling gazette 
1899. 



.6, no. 16. Mar. 16, 
477 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 538, Jan. 3; 2cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

v. 6, no. 17. Mar. 23, 1899. 478 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 539, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

v. 6, no. 18. Mar. 30, 1899. 479 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 540, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

v. 6, no. 19. Apr. 6, 1 899. 480 

Copyright by Emil Grossman & bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 541, Jan. 3 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 8, 1899. 

v. 6, no. 21. Apr. 20, 1899. 481 

Copyright by Emil Grossman &bro., 
Cleveland. 1899, no. 543, Jan. 3; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

Dixie. Apr., 1899. v.l,no.4. 482 

Copyright by Dixie pub. co., Balti- 
more, Md. 1899, no. 7832, Jan. 23; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

Dry goods economist. Apr. 15, 1899. no. 

2856. 483 

Copyright by Textile publishing co., 

New York. 1899, no. 2381, Jan. 4; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Electrical engineering and telephone 
magazine. Mar., 1899. v. 13, no. 90. 

484 
Copyright bv Electrical engineering 
pub. co., Chicago. 1899, no. 19331, Mar. 
15; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Electrical review. Apr. 19, 1899. v. 34, 

no. 16. 485 

Copyright "by Electrical review pub. 

co.. New York. 1899, no. 3421, Jan. 7; 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Emerson college magazine. Apr., 1899. 

v. 7, no. 6. 486 

Copyright by H. Toros. Daghestan- 

lian, Boston. 1898, no. 68412, Nov. 23; 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1899. 

Engineering record, building record, and 
the sanitary engineer. Apr. 15, 1899. 
v. 39, no. 20/ 487 

Copyright bv Engineering record, 
New York. 1898, no. 71200, Dec. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Examiner, v. 77, no. 16. Apr. 20, 1899. 

488 
Copyright by Examiner co., New 
York. 1899, no. 2589, Jan. 5; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

Farm and home. Eastern ed. Apr. 15, 
1899. v. 20, no. 381. 489 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co. 3 Spring- 
field, Mass. 1898, no. 76447, Dec. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

Western ed. Apr. 15, 1899. v. 20, no. 

381. 490 

Copyright by Phelps pub. co., Spring- 
field, Mass. 1898, no. 76471, Dec. 28; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1899. 

Farm implement news. Mar. 2, 1899. v. 

20, no. 9. 491 

Copyright by Farm implement news 

co., Chicago. 1899, no. 16248, Mar. 1; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Mar. 9, 1899. v. 20, no. 10. 492 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 16249, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Mar. 16, 1899. v. 20, no. 11. 493 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 16250, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Mar. 23, 1899. v. 20, no. 12. 494 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 16251, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

Mar. 30, 1899. v. 20, no. 13. 495 

Copyright by Farm implement news 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 16252, Mar. 1; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

Federal reporter. Mar. 7, 1899. v. 91, no. 

4. 496 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 17285, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 11, 1899. 

Mar. 14, 1899. v. 91, no. 5. 497 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18886, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 



243 

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Titles — Continued. 

Federal reporter. Mar. 21, 1899. v. 91, 

no. 6. 198 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 20189, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 25, 1899. 

Golden moments. Mar., 1899. v. 20, no. 2. 

199 
Copyright by Lane's list., inc., Au- 
gusta, Me. 1899, no. 19635, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Grocery world and fruit trade bulletin. 

Feb. 20, 1899. v. 27, no. 8. 500 

Copyright by Grocery world pub. 

co., Philadelphia. 1899. no. 11757*, 

Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 21, 1899. 

Feb. 27, 1899. v. 27, no. 9. 501 

Copyright by Grocery world pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11758 s , 
Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Mar. 13, 1899. v. 27, no. 11. 502 

Copyright by Grocery world pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11760*, 
Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 20, 1899. v. 27, no. 12. 503 

Copyright by Grocery world pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11761*, 
Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Mar. 27, 1899. v. 27, no. 13. 501 

Copyright bv Grocery world pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11762*, 
Feb. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Apr. 3, 1899. v. 27, no. 14. 505 

Copyright by Grocery world pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11763*, 
Feb. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

Apr. 10, 1899. v. 27, no. 15. 506 

Copyright by Grocery world pub. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11761*, 
Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 10, 1899. 

Apr. 17, 1899. v. 27, no. 16. 507 

Copyright by Grocery world \n\b. 
co., Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11765*, 
Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1899. 

Harper's bazar, v. 32, no. 16. 508 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 20825, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1899. 

Harper's new monthly magazine. May, 

1899. y. 98. 509 

Copyright by Harper & bros., New 

York. " 1898, no. 71692, Dec. 21 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

Horseman, v. 19, no 



16. 



Apr. 18, 1899. 
510 

Copyright by Chicago horseman 
newspaper co., Chicago. 1899, no. 2785, 
Jan. 5; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Illustrated Buffalo express. Sunday, 

April 16, 1899. 511 

Copyright by Geo. E. Matthews & 

co., Buffalo. 1899, no. 3006, Jan. 6; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Illustrated police news. v. 65, no. 1696. 

April 22, 1899. 512 

Copyright by Alden pub. co., Boston. 

1899, no. 11858, Feb. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Apr. 20, 1899. 

Inter- office. Apr., 1899. v. 1, no. 12. 513 
Copyright by Henry R. Worthington, 
New York. 1899, no. 19886, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 31, 1899. 

Jewish comment. Mar. 10, 1899. v. 8, 

no. 21. 511 

Copyright by Myers & Rosenstock, 

Baltimore. 1899, no. 18578, Mar. 11; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 17, 1899. v. 8, no. 22. 515 

Copyright by Myers & Rosenstock, 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 18579, Mar. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Mar. 21, 1899. y. 8, no. 23. 516 

Copyright by Myers & Rosenstock, 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 18580, Mar. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

Mar. 31, 1899. v. 8, no. 21. 517 

Copyright by Myers & Rosenstock, 
Baltimore. 1899, no. 18581, Mar. 11 ; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

Journal of American folklore. Jan., 
Mar., 1899. v. 12, no. 41. 518 

Copyright by American folklore so- 
ciety, U. S. 1899, no. 17157, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 11, 1899. 

Keith's home builder, v. 1, no. 3. May, 
1899. 5i9 

Copyright by W. J. Keith, Minneap- 
olis. 1899,110/11162, Feb. 21; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 21, 1899. 

Land of sunshine. April, 1899. y. 10, 

no. 5. 520 

Copyright by Land of sunshine pub. 

co., Los Angeles. 1899, no. 2365, Jan. 1 ; 

2 copies rec'd Apr. 18, 1899. 

Legal intelligencer. Feb. 21, 1899. v. 56, 

no. 8. 521 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 11917, Feb. 21 ; 

2 copies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Mar. 3, 1899. v. 56, no. 9. 522 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 16675, Mar. 3 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



244 

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Titles — Continued. 

Legal intelligencer, v. 56, no. 10. Mar. 10, 

1899. 523 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 18242, Mar. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 17, 1899. v. 55, no. 11. 524 

Copyright by Edward P. Allinson, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 19884, Mar. 17 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Lippincott's. Mar., 1899. no. 375. 525 
Copyright by J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20863, Mar. 21 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Literature. Apr. 21, 1899. no. 15. 526 
Copyright by Harper & brothers, 
New York. 1899, no. 20851, Mar. 21 ; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1899. 

McClure's magazine, v. 12, no. 6. Apr., 

1899. . 527 

Copyright by S. S. McClure co., New 

York. 1899, no. 20061, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

Medical news. v. 74, no. 16. Apr. 22, 

1899. 528 

Copyright by Lea bros. & co., New 

York. 1899, no. 2721, Jan. 5; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

Merck's archives. Mar., 1899. v. 1, no. 3. 

529 
Copyright by Merck & co., New York. 
1899, no. 20808, Mar. 21 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 22, 1899. 

Mind. v. 4,no.l. Apr., 1899. 530 

Copyright by Alliance pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 19390, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

Missionary review of the world. Apr., 

1899. v. 12, no. 4. 531 

Copyright by Funk and Wagnalls 

co., New York. * 1899, no. 19648,Mar. 16; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 27, 1899. 

Money, v. 2, no. 3. Feb., 1899. 532 

Copyright by Money pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 12370, Feb. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 13, 1899. 

Mar., 1899. v. 2, no. 9. 533 

Copyright by Money pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 19327, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Monist. v. 9, no. 3. Apr., 1899. 534 

Copyright by Open court pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 19834, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 7, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

National farmer and home magazine. 
Mar., 1899. v. 21, no. 2. 535 

Copyright by Lane's list, inc., Au- 
gusta, Me. 1899, no. 19631, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

New century. Feb. 11, 1899. v. 2, no. 19. 

536 
Copyright by Katherine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1899, no. 10884, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 18, 1899. 

Feb. 18, 1899. v. 2, no. 20. 537 

Copyright bv Ratherine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1899, no. 10885, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Feb. 22, 1899. 

Feb. 25, 1899. v. 2, no. 21. 538 

Copyright by Ratherine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1899, no. 10886, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

Mar. 4, 1899. v. 2, no. 22. 539 

Copyright by Ratherine A. Tinglev, 
New York. 1899, no. 10887, Feb. 6;' 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Mar. 18, 1899. v. 2, no. 24. 540 

Copyright by Ratherine A. Tingley, 
New York. 1899, no. 10889, Feb. 6; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

New England homestead, v. 38, no. 16. 

Apr. 22, 1899. 541 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 

York. 1899, no. 729, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 22, 1899. 

New voice. Mar. 11, 1899. v. 16, no. 10. 

542 
Copyright by Funk & Wagnalls co., 
New York. 1899, no. 18584, Mar. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

New York clipper, v. 47, no. 1. Mar. 4, 

1899. 543 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 

New York. 1899, no. 16372, Mar. 2 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

v. 47, no. 2. Mar. 11, 1899. 544 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16373, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

v. 47, no. 3. Mar. 18, 1899. 545 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16374, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

v. 47, no. 4. Mar. 25, 1899. 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub 
New York. 1899, no. 16375, Mar. 
copies rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

v. 47, no. 5. Apr. 1, 1899. 

Copyright by Frank Queen pub. co., 
New York. 1899, no. 16376, Mar. 2; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 30, 1899. 



546 

CO., 

2; 2 



547 



245 

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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



New York herald. 


Apr. 16, 1899. Whole 


no. 22882. 




548 


Apr. 17, 1899. 


Whole no. 22883. 


549 


Apr. 18, 1899. 


Whole no. 22884. 


550 


Apr. 19, 1899. 


Whole no. 22885. 


551 


Apr. 20, 1899. 


Whole no. 22886. 


552 


Apr. 21, 1899. 


Whole no. 22887. 


553 


Apr. 22, 1899. 


Whole no. 22888. 


554 



Northeastern reporter, 
v. 53, no. 1. 



Mar. 24, 1899. 
569 



Copyright by James Gordon Bennett, 
New York. 1899, nos. 14967-14973, Feb. 
24 ; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 17 to 24, 
1899. 

New York supplement. Mar. 9, 1899. 
v. 56, no. 1. 555 j 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, j 
1899, no. 17286, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

Mar. 16, 1899. v. 56, no. 2. 556 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18887, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd j 
Mar. 21, 1899. 

Mar. 23, 1899. v. 56, no. 3. 557 j 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul, j 
1899, no. 20490, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd I 
Mar. 31, 1899. 

! 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. v. 65. Mon- 
day, Apr. 17, 1899. 558 

Tuesday, Apr. 18, 1899. 559 I 

Wednesday, Apr. 19, 1899. 560 ! 

Thursday, Apr. 20, 1899. 561 ! 

Friday, Apr. 21, 1899. 562 ; 

Saturday, Apr. 22, 1899. 563 J 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- j 
zeitung, New York. 1899, nos. 1330- I 
1335, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 17 
to 24, 1899. 

Northeastern reporter. Feb. 10, 1899. j 
v. 52, no. 8. 564 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 10896, Feb. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 16, 1899. 

Feb. 17, 1899. v. 52, no. 9. 565 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
399, no. 1247" 
Feb. 20, 1899. 

Feb. 24, 1899. v. 52, no. 10. 566 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 14125, Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Feb. 28, 1899. 

Mar. 10, 1899. v. 52, no. 12. 567 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17287, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1899. 

Mar. 17, 1899. v. 52, no. 13. 568 

Copyright by West pub. co.. St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18888, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 21, 1899. 



Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 20491, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 30, 1899. 

Northfield echoes, v. 5, no. 1-4. 570-573 

Copyright by Northfield echoes, East 

Northtield, Mass. 1899, nos. 10130," 

10021,* 10022/ 10023,* Feb. 2; 2 copies 

each rec'd Feb. 3, 1899. 

Northwestern reporter, v. 78, no. 1. Feb. 

18, 1899. 574 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 12471, Feb. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 25, 1899. 

Feb. 25, 1899. v. 78, no. 2. 575 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 14126, Feb. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 3, 1899. , 



Mar. 11, 1899. v. 78, no. 4. 



57i 



Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 17288, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

— Mar. 18, 1899. v. 78, no. 5. 577 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, lio. 18889, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 23, 1899. 



Mar. 25, 1899. v. 78, no. 6. 



57; 



Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 20492/ Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 31, 1899. 



Open court 
no. 515. 



Apr.,. 1899. 



13 (no. 4), 
579 

Copyright by The Open court pub. 
co., Chicago. 1899, no. 19835, Mar. 17; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 6, 1899. 

Orange Judd farmer, v. 26, no. 16. Apr. 

22, 1899. 580 

Copyright by Orange Judd co., New 

York. 1899, no. 625, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Our boys' and girls' own supplement. 
Mar. 15, 1899. v. 1, no. 6. 581 

Copyright by Benziger bros., New 
York. 1899, no. 19328, Mar. 15; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Outlook. Apr. 22, 1899. v. 61, no. 16. 

582 
Copyright by Outlook co., New York. 
1899, no. 7060, Jan. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 20, 1899. 

Pacific reporter. Mar. 9, .1899. v. 56, 

no. 2. 583 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 17289, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 



246 

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Titles — Continued. 



Pacific reporter, 
no. 3. 



Mar. 16, 1899. v. 56, 

584 



Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18890,' Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 
Mar. 23, 1899. v. 56, no. 4. 585 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 20493, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 27, 1899. 

Painters' magazine and wall paper trade 
journal, including painting and deco- 
rating. Apr., 1899. 586 
Copyright by Painters' magazine, 
New York. 1899, no. 17167, Mar. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 5, 1899. 

Parker's supplementary reader. May, 

1899. no. 93. 587 

Copyright bv C. M. Parker, Tavlor- 

ville, 111. 1899,"no. 7419, Jan. 21; 2cop- 

' ies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

June, 1899. no. 94. 588 

Copyright by C. M. Parker, Taylor- 
ville, 111. 1899, no. 7420, Jan. 21 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 
People's literary companion. March, 
1899. v. 30, no. 8. 589 

Copyright by Lane's list, inc., Au- 
gusta, Me. 1899, no. 19632, Mar. 16 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

People's railway guide, v. 24, no. 579. 

Apr. 15, 1899. ' 590 

Copyright by I. L. Pease, Albany. 

1899, no. 572, Jan. 3 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 

17, 1899. 



Philadelphia inquirer. 
Apr. 15, 1899. 

v. 140, no. 106. 

v. 140, no. 107. 

v. 140, no. 108. 

y. 140, no. 109. 

v. 110, no. 110. 

v. 140, no. 111. 

v. 140, no. 112. 



v. 140, 



no. 105. 
591 
592 
593 
594 
595 
596 
597 
598 



Apr. 16, 1899. 
Apr. 17, 1899. 
Apr. 18, 1899. 
Apr. 19, 1899. 
Apr. 20, 1899. 
Apr. 21, 1899. 
Apr. 22, 1899. 
Copyright by Phila. inq. co., Phila- 
delphia. 1898, nos. 51229-51236, Aug. 
31 ; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 15 to 22, 
1899. 
St. Louis republic. Sunday magazine, 
Apr. 16, 1899. 599 

Sunday, Apr. 16, 1899. 600 

Copyright by publishers, George 
Knapp & co., St. Louis. 1899, nos. 362, 
388, Jan. 3; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 18, 
1899. 

Scientific american. Apr. 22, 1899. 601 

Supplement. Apr. 22, 1899. 602 

Copyright by Munn & co., New York. 

1899, nos. 415, 478, Jan. 3; 2 copies each 

rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Show window. Apr. 1899. v. 4, no. 4. 603 
Copyright by The show window pub. 
co., Chicago. 1898, no. 67501, Nov. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Apr. 19, 1899. 

Sonntagsblatt der New-Yorker staats- 

zeitung. Sunday, Apr. 16, 1899. 604 

Copyright by New-Yorker staats- 

zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1875, Jan. 

3 ; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 17, 1899. 

Southeastern reporter. Mar. 7, 1899. v. 

32, no. 5. 605 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 17290, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 14, 1899. v. 32, no. 6. 606 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18891, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 



v. 32, no. 7. 607 

West pub. co., St. Paul. 
Mar. 20 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1899. v. 24, 

608 

West pub. co., St. Paul. 

Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 



v. 24, no. 25. 



609 



West pub. co., St. Paul. 
Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 



Mar. 21, 1899, 

Copyright by 
1899, nos. 20494, 
Mar. 27, 1899. 

Southern reporter, 
no. 24. 

Copyright by 
1899, no. 17291, 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Mar. 15, 1899. 

Copyright by 
1899, no. 18892, 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

Southwestern reporter. Mar. 6, 1899. 

v. 49, no. 4. 610 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 17292, Mar. 6; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 11, 1899. 

Mar. 13, 1899. v. 49, no. 5. 611 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18893, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Mar. 20, 1899. v. 49, no. 6. 612 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 20496, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 25, 1899. 
Standard, v. 19, no. 505. Apr. 29, 1899. 

613 
Copyright by James A. Nocton, New 
York. 1899, no. 14725, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

State's duty. v. 10, no. 3. 614 

Copyright bv W. H. Moore, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 16247, Mar. 1 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 17, 1899. 

Success, v. 2, no. 32. Apr. 22, 1899. 615 
Copyright by Success co., New York. 
1898, no. 76036, Dec. 27; 2 copies rec'd 
Apr. 19, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



616 i 

617 

618 

619 

620 

621 

622 



Sun. v. 66. Sunday, Apr. 16, 1899 

— Monday, Apr. 17, 1899. 

— Tuesday, Apr. 18, 1899. 
Wednesday, Apr. 19, 1899. 

— Thursday, Apr. 20, 1899. 

— Friday, Apr. 21, 1899. 

— Saturday, Apr. 22, 1899. 
Copyright hy Sun printing and pub. 

ass'n, New York. 1899, nos. 980-986, 
Jan. 3 ; 2 copies each rec'd Apr. 17 to 
22, 1899. 

Sunshine for youth ; also for those of all 
ages, whose hearts are not withered. 
Mar., 1899. v. 13, no. 2. 623 

Copyright hy Lane's list, inc., Au- 
gusta, Me. 1899, no. 19631, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Superintendent and foreman. Feb. 21, 
1899. y. 10, no. 6. 624 

Copyright hy Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no.' 14146, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 20, 1899. 

— Feb. 28, 1899. v. 10, no. 7. 625 
Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 14147, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 28, 1899. 

— Mar. 7, 1899. v. 10, no. 8. 626 
Copyright by Joseph Van Ness. Bos- 
ton. 189y, no. 14148, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 



Mar. 14, 1899. v. 10, no. 9. 



627 



Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. '14149, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

— Mar. 21, 1899. v. 10, no. 10. 628 
Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 19432, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

— Mar. 28, 1899. v. 10, no. 11. 629 
Copyright by Joseph Van Ness, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 19433, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 1, 1899. 

Supreme court reporter. Feb. 27, 1899. 

y. 19, no. 18. 630 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 15642, Feb. 27; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 16, 1899. 

— Feb. 27-Mar. 6, 1899. v. 19, no. 18. 

631 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 
1899, no. 18894, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 16, 1899. 

— Mar. 13, 1899. y. 19, no. 19. 632 
Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 18895, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 20, 1899. 

19396— Yol. 19, No. 4 3 



Titles — Continued. 

Supreme court reporter. Mar. 20, 1899. 

y. 19, no. 20. 633 

Copyright by West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1899, no. 20497, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 27, 1899. 

Svenska Amerikanska posten. Lop. no. 

737. Apr. 18, 1899. 634 

Copyright by Swan J. Turnblad, 

Minneapolis. 1899, no. 783, Jan. 3; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 21, 1899. 

Town topics, v. 41, no. 16. Apr. 20, 1899. 

635 
Copyright by Town topics pub co., 
New York. 1899, no. 3990, Jan. 9; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

Universal truth. Jan., 1898. 636 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 20134, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 31, 1897. 

Feb., 1898. 637 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co.. 
Chicago. 1899, no. 20135, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 28, 1898. 

Aug., 1898. 638 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 20140, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd July 28, 1898. 

Nov., 1898. 639 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 20143, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Oct. 29, 1898. 

Dec, 1898. 640 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 20144, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Noy. 28, 1898. 

Feb., 1899. 641 

Copyright by F. M. Harley pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899. no. 20145, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Jan. 28, 1899. 



Verdict. Mar. 27, 1899. v. 1, no. 
Copyright by Verdict pub. 
York. ' 1899, no. 19892, Mar. 17 ; 
rec'd Mar. 23, 1899. 

Apr. 3, 1899. v. 1, no. 16. 

Copyright by Verdict pub. 
York. *1899, no. 19893, Mar. 17; 
rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 

Apr. 10, 1899. v. 1, no. 17. 

Copyright by Verdict pub. 
York. 1899, no'. 19894, Mar. 17 ; 
rec'd Apr. 6, 1899. 
Weekly florists' review, v. 3, 
Mar. 2, 1899. 

Copyright by Florists' pub. 
cago. ' 1899, no. 14739. Feb. 23 ; 
rec'd Mar. 4. 1899. 



15. 642 
co., New 
2 copies 

643 
co., New 

2 copies 

644 
co., New 
2 copies 

no. 66. 

645 

co., Chi- 

2 copies 



248 

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Titles — Continued. 

Weekty florists' review, v. 3, no. 67. 
Mar. 9, 1899. 646 

Copyright by Florists' pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14740, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

v. 3, no. 68. Mar. 16, 1899. 647 

Copyright by Florists' pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14741, Feb. 23 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



kpr. 15, 1899. v. 24, 

648 



Western brewer, 
no. 4. 

Copyright by H. S. Rich & co., Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 5785, Jan. 14; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr.. 17, 1899. 

Western electrician, v. 24, no. 15. Apr. 

15, 1899. 649 

Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 302, Jan. 3; 2 copies 

rec'd Apr. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 



Western electrician 
22, 1899. 



v. 24, no. 16. Apr. 
650 

Copyright by Electrician pub. co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 303, Jan. 3; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 22. 1899. 
Wochenblatt der N. Y. staats-zeitung. 
Apr. 22, 1899. 651 

Copyright by New Yorker staats- 
zeitung, New York. 1899, no. 1928, 
Jan. 3; 2 copies rec'd Apr. 20, 1899. 

Young people's weekly, v. 13, no. 18. 

Apr. 30, 1899. 652 

Copyright by David C. Cook pub. 

co., Elgin, 111. 1899, no. 3155, Jan. 6 ; 2 

copies rec'd Apr. 22, 1899, 



Youth's companion. Apr. 20, 1899. 
no. 16. 



v.73, 
653 



Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 8449, Jan. 27; 2 copies 
rec'd Apr. 19, 1899. 



IV. MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COL- 
LECTIONS OF MUSIC. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

A-propos . . . Intermede pour piano, 
par H. Tellam. 1034 

Parties d'orchestre. Nice, Paul De- 

courcelle. 1035 

Copyright by Paul Decourcelle, Nice, 
France. 1899, no. 19731, Mar. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. No. 18078, Mar. 
10 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Abeille. Etude, pour piano, par A. Adam- 
Laussel: op. 16. Paris, Alphonse 
Leduc. 1036 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18063, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Actor's (The) story. Words and music 

by Mrs. Bertha Freeman Lewis. 1037 

Copyright by Mrs. B. F. Lewis, En- 

nis, Texas. 1899, no. 19966, Mar. 17 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Ade, baby mine. Mandolin quartette or 
sextette, by E. Gee. 1038 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19449, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Admiral Geo. Dewey's marine band 
march, for organ or piano, by A. Sainu- 
elson. 1039 

Copyright by A. Sainuelson, Webb 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 67816, Nov. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Admiral W. T. Sampson's grand march, 
for the organ or piano, by A. Samuel- 
son. 1040 
Copyright by A. Samuelson, Webb 
City, Mo. 1898, no. 67817, Nov. 19; 2 
copies rec'd Nov. 19, 1898. 

Adstant angelorum chori. Thomas a" 
Kempis. A motet for chorus a capella, 
by Horatio W. Parker : op. 45. 1041 
Copyright by G. Schirmer, New York. 
1899. no. 19951, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar! 17, 1899. 

Alabama cake walk. Characteristic 
march and two-step, by Will M. S. 
Brown. 1042 

Copyright by Brown & Banks, Wil- 
mington, Del. 1899, no. 19339, Mar. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Alabama dream. Eag time cake walk, 
by Geo. D. Barnard. 2 mandolins, 
piano, and guitar. 1043 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 19948, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Alabama picnic. Two-step or cake walk, 
by Walter Gail. 1044 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 20275, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



249 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AXD COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Alleluia! the Lord liveth. Anthem, by 
A. Redhead. London, Houghton & 
co. 1045 

Copyright by Houghton & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 19497, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Alleluia to the Lord. Words by Mrs. R. 
N. Turner; music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 1046 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 18977, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Allemania. Old German melody, ar- 
ranged by U. C. Burnap. no. 828. 1047 
Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18741, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 
Allerseelen, fiir miinnerchor, von Alfred 
Wolf. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 

1048 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 20003, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1898. 

Alone with Jesus. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1049 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71770, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1899. 

Always chewing gum. Male quartet, by 
Habington. 1050 

Copyright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no". 20583, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Ambuscade (The). Descriptive military 
fantasia, for band, by L. P. Lauren- 
deau. 1051 

Copyright bv John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, "no. 19440, Mar. 15 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Ancienne chanson joyeuse pour piano, 

par A. Adam Lausel: op. 17. Paris, 

Alphonse Leduc. 1052 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, no. 18068, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Andante cantabile, pour violoncelle avec 
accompagnement d'orchestre.par Theo- 
dore Dubois. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

1053 
Copyright bv Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19724, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 
Annie Darling. Ballad. Words by J. 
Anthony McDonald; music by Graham 
Valmore. In G. London, Edwin 

Ashdown, ltd. 1054 

Copyright by Edwin Ashdown, Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 19506, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies , 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Annie Laurie. Arranged by W. J. Smith 
for guitar solo. 1055 

Coyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19451, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Arcade (The) Johnny; or, Once upon a 
time. Written and composed by Arthur 
J. Mills and Frank W. Carter. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1056 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 18629, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Are you sorry for your sin? Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 1057 

Copvright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no. 14188, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

As panteth the hart. Psalm 42. Music 

by Willis Brown. 1058 

Copyright bv Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71796, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Ask and receive. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1059 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71790, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

At an ole Virginia wedding. By Maurice 

J. Steinberg. [Piano.] 1060 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 19151, Mar. 14 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Aubade. Song no. 1 in E flat. Words 

by Alice Sawyer, from the French of 

Victor Hugo; music by Edith A. Dick. 

London, Boosey & co. 1061 

Copvright by Boosey & co., London. 

1899, no. 19296, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 15, 1899. 

Trio pour violon, violoncelle, et 

piano, par A. Adam-Laussel: op. 14. 
Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 1062 

Copvright by Alphonse Leduc,, Paris. 
1899, no. 19739, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, ' 



Augustin. Ein fasnachtspiel in einen 
aufzuge frei nach H. Chr. Andersen's 
"Svinedreng;" von Hans von Wolzo- 
gen; musik von Hans Sommer: op. 32. 
Leipzig, G. F. Leede. 1063 

Copyright by Hans Sommer, Braun- 
schweig, Germany. 1899, no. 18405, 
Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Ave Maria, for chorus of women's voices 
and soprano solo. (Piano and organ 
accompaniment.) P. A. Tirindelli. 

1064 
Copyright bv Geo. B. Jennings co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 19662, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 1, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Ballabile. Reduction, pour piano seul 
d'apres la suite d'orchestre, en forme 
de valses, de Mel. Bonis. Paris, Al- 
phonse Leduc. 1065 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18071, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Be Thou near. Words by A. Macnair; 
music by Willis Brown. 1066 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chica- 
go. 1898, no. 71765, Dec. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Beautiful (The) maid. Duet, arranged 
from Bishop, by J. B. H. 1067 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. "1899, no. 20584, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Beauty land. Music by U. C. Burnap. 
no. 876. 1068 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18745, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Because. Chas. Horwitz and Fred'k V. 
Bowers; arranged for zither by Geo. 
Lechler. 1069 

Copyright by M. Witmark <fe sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19959, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Behold, a stranger at the door. Ar- 
ranged from Nicode by P. A. Schnecker. 

1070 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 18267, Mar. 10 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Belle (The) of Mobile. Characteristic 
march and two-step, by Arthur R. 
Zita. Piano solo. 1071 

Copyright bv Henry P. Vogel, Al- 
bany. 1899, no. 14817, Feb. 23; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 7, 1899. 

Bend Thine ear. Trio response, by Franz 

Holz. 1072 

Copyright by B.F.Wood music co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 19016, Mar. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Benedicta es tu. (Naotet.) F. de La 

Tombella, ^Eolian grand, 50182. 1073 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18168. Mar. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Berceuse, fiir violoncello und pianoforte, 
von Otto Wittenbecher : op. 2, no. 2. 
Leipzig, Bosworth &, co. 1074 

Copyright by Bosworth &. co,, Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 19294, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Berceuse, pour violon et piano, par Jules 

Bouyal. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 1075 

Copyright by Alphonse Lednc, Paris. 

1899, no. 19737, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Bijou ; a caprice, composed for the piano- 
forte, by A. P. Wyman : op. 200. 1076 
Copyright by Heirs of A. P. Wyman, 
U. S. 1899, no. 20393, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Billows (The) on the ocean. Male quar- 
tet, arranged by J. B. Herbert. 1077 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 20585, Mar. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Bread of the world. Music by Chas. H. 

Gabriel. 1078 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18963, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13,1899. 

Brettl-blume (Die). Couplet von Adolf 
Bebling; musik von Bruno Gellert. 
Berlin, G. Tschenstcher. 1079 

Copyright by G. Tscheutscher, Ber- 
lin. 1899, no. 17852, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Brightest and best. Music by M. L. 

McPhail. 1080 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18964, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 
Bring back my boy. Words and music 

by Frank A. Joseph. 1081 

Copyright by Frank A. Joseph, 

United States. 1899, no. 18144, Mar. 10 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Brooklyn. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 

575. 1082 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18729, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 22, 
1899. 

Burleigh. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 

594. 1083 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18730, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Business high school. March and two- 
step, by E, M. Stutts. [Piano.] 1084 
Copyright by John F. Ellis & co., 
Washington. 1899, no. 19287, Mar. 14; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

By the brookside : op. 7, no. 5. John Orth. 

,Eolian grand, 40259. 1085 

Copyright by JEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18172, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued . 



Campin' on de ole Suwanee. Character- 
istic march, two-step polka, or cake- 
walk, for mandolins, banjos, guitars, 
and piano, by Lee Orean Smith. 1086 
Copyright by Vandersloot music co., 
Willianisporr, Pa. 1899, no. 10045, Feb. 
2; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Can there any good thing come ? Words 
and music by Joseph Wardle. 1087 

Copyright bv Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. " 1899, no."l4207, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Cantus sacri, containing Guardian angel 
mass and nineteen pieces for offertory, 
benediction, and devotions, by M. L. 
Nemmers. 6th edition. 1088 

Copyright by M. L. Nemrners, Mil- 
waukee. 1899, no. 19559, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Caprice, pour violon et piano, par Jules 

Bouval. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 1089 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, no. 19708, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, " 



Cariboo (The) road. March for the piano, 

by W. B. Keighley : op. 25. 1090 

Copyright by W. E. Hughes & co., 

Yineland, IS". J. 1899, no. 20069, Mar. 

18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Chanson de ma mie. Pour piano, par 
Carlos de Mesqtiita: op. 133. Paris, 
Alphonse Leduc. 1091 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18064, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Charge (The) of the Roosevelt Rough 
Riders. March, by Chas. Coleman; 
arranged for zither by Geo. Lechler. 

1092 
Copyright by Theodore Lohr, New 
York. 1899, no. 20076, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. . 

Christ doth cheer. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1093 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71783, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Christ is risen. Easter anthem, by J. B. 

Herbert. 1094 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 

gansport,"lnd. 1899, no. 16700, Mar. 3; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 



Christ our Passover 
Ash ford. 



Music by E. L. 
1095 

Copyright bv Henry Late, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18967 * Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 



Christ the Lord is risen to-day. Words 
by Charles Wesley; music by Henry A. 
Lewis. 1096 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18954^ Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Cid (Le). Ballet. Aragonaise, Castel- 
lane. Massenet. iEolian grand, 30494. 

1097 
Copyright bv iEolian co., New York. 
1899, no. 18164', Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Cinderella. J. W. Bratton ; arranged for 

zither by Geo. Lechler. 1098 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 19952, Mar. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Cleveland lanciers, by F. O. Gutman. For 
1st and 2d mandolins and guitar. 1099 
Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19452, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Cloister. Music by Claude Goudimel; 
adapted by U. C. Burnap. no. 558. 

1100 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18728, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899. 

Coldest (The) coon in town. Words by 
Andrew B. Sterling; music by Harry 
von Tilzer. 1101 

Copyright by Win, C. Dunn & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 15235, Feb. 25; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Come to Jesus now. Words and music 

by Willis Brown. 1102 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. "71775, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Come to me, sweetheart. Words by 
Henry S. Hubbard; music by J. C. 
Bartlett. 1103 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899. no. 18357, Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Comrades of glory. Words by Percy T. 
Ingram; music by T. Mee Pattison. 
London, J. Curwen & sons, ltd. 1104 
Copyright by J. Curwen &sons, ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 16725, Mar. 4; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Concerto pour piano et d'orckestre, par 

Leon Delafosse. Reduction pour deux 

pianos. Paris, Heugel et cie. 1105 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 

1899, no. 19728, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Confidenza. Romance sans paroles pour 
piano, par Paul Rougnon. Paris, 
Alphonse Leduc. 1106 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18069. Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Coon comics, by J. W. Wheeler. March, 

cake walk, two-step. 1107 

Copyright by Atlantic music co., 

Boston. 1899, no. 20070, Mar. 18; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Coon Hollow capers. March and two- 
step, by Frank R. Gillis; arranged by 
Louis Tocaben for 1st and 2d mando- 
lins, guitar, and piano. 1108 
Copyright by Connor & Gillis, New 
York. 1899, 'no. 18590, Mar. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Courante. Danse ancienne, pour piano, 
par C. Chaminade : op. 95, no. 3. Paris, 
Enoch et cie. 1109 

Copyright by Enoch et cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 18411, Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 

Crown him Lord of all. Music by M. L. 
McPhail. 1110 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18944, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 
Crowned in glory. Words by Mrs. R. N. 
Turner; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

1111 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatiick, 

Philadelphia. *1899, no. 18978, Mar. 13; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Cruel charmer. Male quartet. Words 

by Burns; music by J. B. Herbert. 

1112 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. *1899, no' 20587, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
Crux Christi. Music bv Friedrich G. 
Haas. no. 158. 1113 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18720, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 
Cugino. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 
832. 1114 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
'Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18742, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 
Curse (The) of the dreamer. Descrip- 
tive solo for mezzo soprauo or baritone. 
Written and composed by Paul Dresser. 

1115 
Copyright by Howley. Havilaud & 
co., New York. * 1899, no. 20273, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. - 



Titles — Continued. 

Danse oiientale. Extraite du " Demon," 
de Ant. Rubinstein. Transcription de 
concert pour piano a deux mains, par 
I. Philipp. Paris, Heugel et cie. 

1116 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19719," Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Deerfield. Music by Chas. Geo. W. 
Jungk. no. 324. 1117 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18723, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Desert (Le). Poesie de Jules Lemaitre; 
musique de Georges Enesco: op. 4, no. 
1. Paris, Enoch & cie. 1118 

Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 18412, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 

Desiderium Dei. Music by U. C. Bur- 
nap, no. 66. 1119 
Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18718, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Deus Israel (Motet). Vincent DTndy. 

^Eoliau grand, 50183. 1120 

Copyright by ^olian co., New York, 

1899, no. 18169, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Deux mazurkas pour, le piano, par Serge 
Liaponnoor: op. 9. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. no. 1. Fa mineur. 1121 

no. 2, Re majeur, 1122 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 19714, 19715, Mar. 
17 ; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Deux pieces pour flute et piano, par A. 

Schmitt. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 

no. 1. Andantino. 1123 

no. 2. Caprice. 1124 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, nos. 19733, 19734, Mar. 17: 2 copies 

each rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Devant le ciel d'ete. (Regret.) Poesie 
de Paul Bourget; musique de Ernest 
Moret. Paris, Heugel et cie. 1125 
Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 19727^ Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Diffusa est gratia. (Motet.) Nanini. 

^Eolian grand, 50181. 1126 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18167, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Con tinned. 

Doan ye cry, ma honey. Words and mu- 
sic "by Albert W. Noll. High voice 
in G. " 1127 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no." 18353, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Down at the old home. Song and chorus 

by Jas. W. Steele. 1128 

Copyright by James Welch Steele, 

Oxford, Ind. 1899, no. 19332, Mar. 15; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Down hy the flowing river. Male quar- 
tet. Arranged from Lee, by J. B. Her- 
bert. 1129 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 20576, Mar. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Down in Smith's back yard. Words by 
James J. Haines; music by J. W. 
Wheeler. 1130 

Copyright by Atlantic music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 20071, Mar. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Dying dav. Music by Chas. G. W. 
Jungk: no. 859. 1131 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1898, no. 
18744, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

'E 'as the as-er-dacity to grumble. Writ- 
ten by Harry Adams; composed by 
Geo. Everard. London, Francis, Day 
& Hunter. 1132 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 18630, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's. Music by 

J. S. Fearis. 1133 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18971, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Easter (An) flower. Voluntary for or- 
chestra, by B. O. Worrell. 1134 
Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 19441, Mar. 15 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Ein liederkranz, aus Klaus Groth's Quick- 
born. Julius O. Grimm: op. 24. Leip- 
zig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 

no. 1. "Mill Anna is en vos'so roth." 

Tenor. 1135 

no. 2. " He sa mi so vel." Alt. 1136 

no 3. Prinzessin. Bariton. 1137 

no 4. De junge wetfru. Sopran. 

1138 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, nos. 20006-20009, Mar. 18; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Elementary method for the violin, by 

Franz Wohlfahrt. 1139 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 76842, Dec. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

En sourdine. Petite serenade pour tenor 
on soprano. Paroles de D. Tagliafico; 
musique de H. Tellam. Nice, Paul 
Decourcelle. 1140 

Copyright by Paul Decourcelle. Nice, 
France. 1899, no. 19730, Mar. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Entends mon ame qui pleure. Pocsie de 
Maurice Bouchor; musique de Ernest 
Moret. Paris, Heugel et cie. 1141 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19726, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Erinnerung an die Azoren. Souvenir des 
Acores. Reminiscences of the Azores. 
Barkarole, as dur, fiir pianoforte, von 
W. Junker: op. 7. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. 1142 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899," no. 20003, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Evening hymn. Music by U. C. Burnap. 

no. 721. " 1143 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18737, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Evening star. Music arranged by U. C. 

Burnap. no. 737. 1144 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18738, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Every tear. Words by G. M. Bills ; mu- 
sic by M. L. McPhaif. 1145 
Copyright by M. L. McPbail, Chi- 
cago. * 1899, no. 18975, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Fair Virginia, from Virginia. Song and 
chorus by Raymond A. Browne and 
Gussie L. Davis. 1146 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 
co. , New York. 1899, no. 20272, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Fairy (The) redowa, by F. O. Gutman. 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. 1147 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land ' 1899, no" 19456. Mar. 15: 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25. 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Fairy tales. Six easy pieces for children, 
composed and carefully fingered by 
Eamon Aquabella. 

no. 2. Fairy polka : op. 16. 1148 

no. 3. Fairy valse : op. 17. 1149 

no. 4. Fairy mazurka: op. 18. 1150 

no. 5. Fairy march: op. 19. 1151 

no. 6. Fairy galop : op. 20. 1152 

Copyright by Shattinger piano & 
music co. ? St. Louis. 1899, nos. 20169- 
20173, Mar. 18; 2 copies each rec'd Feb? 
11, 1899. 

Faith, hope, love. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1153 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71780, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Far from thee. Male quartet. Words by 
Burns ; music by J. B. Herbert. 1154 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20586, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Father divine! The story of a soul, by 

Joseph Louis MacEvoy. 1155 

Copyright by L. C. Wedgefuth, New 

York. 1899, no. 18269, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Father most merciful. Music by Mrs. 

Carrie B. Adams. 1156 

Copyright bv Henrv Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18947J' Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Fest-ouvertiire, componirt von August 
Klughardt: op. 78. Orchester partitur, 
orchesterstimmen. Bayreuth, Carl 

Giessel, junior. 1157 

Copyright by Carl Giessel, junior, 
Bavreuth, Germany. 1899, no. 20001, 
Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Festzug. Festival procession. Fur har- 
monium, klavier streichquintett und 
flute, von Ludwig Bouvin: op. 27. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hiirtel. 1158 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 19927, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Fiddling Silas. Characteristic march, 
two-step polka and cake-walk, by Theo. 
A. Metz. 1159 

Copyright by Theo. A. Metz, New 
York. 1899, no. 16041, Feb. 28 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Fight the good fight. Words and music 
by Jos. Wardle. 1160 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14190, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Fighting. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. 1161 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71777, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Fondly I think of thee. Words by W. 
C. Martin; music by M. L. McPhail. 

1162 
Copyright bvM. L. McPhail, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18972, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Foreign song classics. A collection of 
German, French, and Italian songs, du- 
etts, trios, with English translations. 

1163 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

^ pub. co., Boston. 1898, no. 76843, Dec. 

29; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Forever with the Lord. Music by J. S. 

Fearis. 1164 

Copvright bv Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899,no. 18949, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Fortune (The) teller march. Victor 

Herbert. iEolian grand, 20323. 1165 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18154, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Forty (The) thieves patrol, by James M. 
Glover. London, Francis, Dav & 
Hunter. *1166 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18628, Mar. 13 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Fountain in the forest. Mazurka im- 
promptu for the piano, by Frederick A. 
Williams: op. 22. 1167 

Copyright by Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 20276, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Francesco polka. For band, with solo 
cornet, trombone, or baritone, by W. E. 
Strong. 1168 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899,iio. 19442, Mar. 15; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 
"Freindiing (Der)." Operin3 aufzugen. 
(Dichtung von Felix Dahn. ) Konrpo- 
nirt von Heinrich Vogl ; klavierauszug 
von Hans Steiner. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hiirtel. 1169 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hiirtel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 20005, Mar. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Frissons de flenrs. Poesie de Jean Labor ; 
musiqne de Ernest Moret. Paris, 
Heugel et cie. 1170 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19720, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Fugue. Charles Quel". Musique pour 
grand- orgue sous la direction de Ch. M. 
Widor et A. Guilinant. 13 me livraison. 
Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 1171 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 19738, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Galop (Le). No. l,.pour tenor ou soprano. 
Poesie de Sully-Prudhorume ; musique 
de Georges Enesco: op. 4, no. 2. Paris, 
Enoch et cie. 1172 

Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 18410, Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 

Garden (The) city waltz, by Albert Woell- 
haf. Arranged by Alice R. Smy the for 
piano. 1173 

Copyright by A. Woellhaf, Chicago. 
1899, no. 19222, Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 14, 1899. 

Gaudent in coelis (Motet). F. L. da Vit- 

toria. iEolian grand, 50184. 1174 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18170"; Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Gentle (A) maid in secret sighed. Male 
quartet, arranged by J. B. Herbert. 

1175 
Copyright by Fillmore bros.. Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20566, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

German popular songs. Arranged by 
Jos. Narovec for 2 mandolins and gui- 
tar. 1176 
Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899. no. 19454, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Glad tidings. For Sunday schools, re- 
vival meetings, etc., by J. H. Rosecrans. 

1177 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20555, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Glorious band. Words by C. M. D. ; mu- 
sic by U. C. Burnap. no. 542. 1178 
Copyright by Aug. G. Tonuies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18727, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Go away from my window. Student 
song, by J. B. Herbert. 1179 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20569, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

God be merciful. Music by M. L. Mc- 

Phail. 1180 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18965, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Goldenrod. A barcarolle for mandolin 
solo, 1st and 2d mandolins and guitar, 
by Valentine Abt. 1181 

Copyright by Valentine /Abt, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 1899, no. 18596, Mar. 11; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Gondolier's (The) reverie. Canzonetta, 
for piano, by Paul Rubens. 1182 

Copyright by E. J. Denton, New 
York. 1899, no. 18086*,Mar. 10; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 27, 1899. 

Good-bye, good-bye, my sweetheart. 
From " The little corporal." Englan- 
der. ^Eolian grand, 30499. 1183 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1899, no. 18175, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Good night song. Words by Jennie 
Yule; music by Courtenay Gale. 
London, Weekes & co. 1184 

Copyright by Courtenay Gale, Sut- 
ton, England/ 1899, no. 18627, Mar. 
13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 8, 1899. 

Gray rocks and grayer sea. Words by 
C. G. D. Roberts; music by Kate Van- 
nah. 1185 

Copyright by C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 20187, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Great is the Lord. Music by Chas. Edw. 

Pollock. 1186 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18956, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Music by L. O. Emerson. 1187 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18946, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Greenville. Jean Jacques Rousseau; ar- 
ranged by U. C. Burnap. no. 779. 1188 
Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden imb. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18740, Mar. 13 : 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah. Mu- 
sic by Arthur W. Nelson. 1189 
Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18960, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Habanera, pour violon avec accompt. de 
piano, par Cesar Geloso: op. 15. 
Paris, Enoch et cie. 1190 

Copyright by Enoch & cie, Paris. 
1899. no. 19999, Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar.' 18, 1899. 



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Titles— Continued. 

Hallelujah! Christ is risen. Anthem for 

Easter, by Clare B. Forbes. 1191 

Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & co ., 

New York. 1899, no. 18264, Mar. 10; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Hanging on behind. Written and com- 
posed by Mills and Carter. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 1192 

Copyright by Francis, Dav & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18632, "Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Happy husbands and old bachelor. Male 
quartet. 1193 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. "l899, no. 20579, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Hark! hark, my soul. Hymn anthem, 

by Geo. F. Earner. 1194 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 19965, Mar. 

17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Hark, hark, my soul! Music by W. O. 

Perkins. 1195 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18961, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Hark ! the song of jubilee. Music by 

Chas. Edw. Pollock. 1198 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18950," Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Harvest. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. 1197 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71781, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

He is risen. Anthem, by Edgar Pettman. 
London, Houghton & co. 1198 

Copyright by Houghton & co., Lon- 
don. '1899, no. 19499, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

He leads us on. Music by Willis Brown. 

1199 
Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71799, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

He took them up in His arms. Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 1200 

Copyright by Joseoh Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14211, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Headstrong (The) honey bee. Words 
and music by Theodore Banta Sheldon ; 
arranged by Carl Tenth. 1201 

Copyright by Theodore Banta Shel- 
don. Brooklyn. 1899, no. 19334, Mar. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles —Continued . 

Hear my prayer. Music by L. O. Emer- 
son. 1202 
Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18940," Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Hear, O Lord. For mixed voices, by Geo. 
F. Hamer. 1203 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19194, Mar. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14„ 1899. 

Hello, ma baby! Rag-time march, ar- 
ranged by Max Dreyfus. 1204 
Convright by T. B. Harms & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 19571, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Herbert's popular male quartets. A new 
collection of descriptive, sentimental, 
and humorous quartets for male voices, 
by J. B. Herbert. 1205 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no" 20565, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Heritage. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 
675. 1206 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18734, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Heroes of the American navy. March, by 

Geo. Seibert. 1207 

Copyright by Geo. Seibert, Danville, 

111. 1899, no. 16157, Mar. 1; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

He's promised to marry me soon. Words 
and music by M. B. Gilbert. 1208 

Copyright by Bates and Bendix, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 19652. Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Heures mortes. (LeMystere) Poe"sie de 
Jean Labor: musique de Ernest Moret. 
Paris, Heugel et cie. 1209 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19721, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Hob y deri dando. (Come to the oaken 
grove.) Welsh soug, by J. B. Herbert. 

1210 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, "no. 20571, Mar. 20; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Hochzeitslieder waltzes. Strauss. 

^olian grand, 20319. 1211 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18153, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Holy Comforter. Music by John G. Rob- 
inson. 1212 
Copyright bv Jno. G. Robinson, Bal- 
timore. 1899, no. 15415, Feb. 27 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Homage. Song. Words by Clifton 
Bingham ; music by Theresa Beney. 
London, Chappell & oo.. ltd. 1213 

Copyright by Chappell &, co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 19994, Mar. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Homeland (The) 
Pontius. 



Music by Win. H. j 
1214 j 

Copyright by Henrv Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18943," Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd \ 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

How do I go? Written by Chas. Os- 
borne; composed by A. G. Spry and j 
Chas. Osborne. London. Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 1215 ! 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- I 
ter, London. 1899, no. 18631, Mar. 13; j 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Hungarian dance. no. 5. By John | 
Brahms; arranged by F. O. Gutman 
for 1st and 2d mandolins and guitar. 

1216 | 
Copyright by F. 0. Gutman, Cleve- j 
land. 1899, no! 19460, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Hush-a-bye! close you' eye. Words by 
Fred Emerson Brooks; music by Jes- j 
sie L. Gaynor. * 1217 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy, l 
Chicago. 1899, no. 18345, Mar. 10; '2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

I am happy all the day. Words by 
W. B. Music arranged by Willis 
Brown. 1218 j 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chi- 
cago. * 1898, no."71798, Dec. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

I am trusting. Words by Eli M. Rich- | 
mond; music by Willis Brown. 1219 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chi- j 
cago. 1898, no. 71801, Dec. 9; 2 copies I 
rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

I arise from dreams of thee. Indian 



serenade. Words bv Shelley 



music 
1220 



by Kate Randolph Sheets. 

Copyright by Kate Randolph Sheets, 
Philadelphia, " 1899, no. 11158, Feb. 7; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

I can't lose my home and my pork chops 

too. Song, by Ernest Hogan. 1221 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co. , New York . 1899, no. 18595. Mar. 1 1 ; 

2'copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

I like my glass of foaming beer. Written 
and composed by Keen and Leigh. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1222 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 18641, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

I love but one girl. Song and chorus. 

Words and music by Bobby Mack. 1223 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 20271, Mar. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

I love you. Words by Arthur Trevelyan ; 
music by Sigfrid Stenhammar. High 
voice. 1224 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 
1899, no. 19439, Mar. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 15, 1899. 

I will alway give thanks unto the Lord 

1225 
Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18939," Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

I will lay me down in peace. Music by 

W. F. Sudds. 1226 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18937,' Mar. i3; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

I will lift up mine eves. Anthem, bv W. 

T. Giffe. '1227 

Copyright by Home music co., Lo- 

gansport, Ind. 1899, no. 16702, Mar. 3 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

I will praise Thee, O Lord. Music by T. 

Martin Towne. 1228 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18969, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 



Idyll impromptu, by Graham P. Moore. 
Piano solo. Leipzig, Bosworth & 

co. 1229 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no." 21102, Mar. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

II neige. Melodie pour chant et piano. 
Paroles et musique de H. Bemberg. 
no. 1, en fa. Paris, Leon Grus. 1230 
Copyright by H. Bemberg, Paris. 
1899, no. 19732, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

I'll trust in Thee. Words and music by 
Willis Brown. 1231 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71768, Dec. 9: 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, " 



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Titles — Continued. 

Im walde. Gediclit von Paul Heyse. 
Fur lniinnerchor, von Reinhard Voll- 
liardt: op. 6. Partitur u. stiminen. 
Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 1232 

Copyrigbt by Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 
1899, no. 19717, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

I'm running the race. Words and music 
by Jos. Wardle. 1233 

Copyrigbt by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14214, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

I'm transformed. Words and music by 
Jos. Wardle. 1234 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14198, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

In Arcadia. March and two-step, by 
W. H. Hodgins. Toronto, Amey & 
Hodgins. 1235 

Copyright by Amey & Hodgins, To- 
ronto, Canada. 1899, no. 19500, Mar. 16 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

In Naples. For piano solo, by Paul 

Rubens. 1236 

Copyright by E. J. Denton, New 

York. 1899, no. 19344, Mar. 15; '2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 2, 1899. 

In that day shall this song be sung. 

Music by M. L. McPhail. 1237 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18948, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

In Thy mercy. Response, by Frauz Holz. 

1238 
Copyright by B. F.Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no.19013, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Interlude etvalselente. Reduction pour 
piano seul., d'apres la suite d'orchestre 
en forme de valses, de Mel. Bonis. 
Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 1239 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18072, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Intermezzo, from Cavalleria Rusticana, 
Mascagni; arranged by F. O. Gutman 
for 4 mandolins and guitar. 1240 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19450, Mar. 15; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Intermezzo "Gavin," from "'The little 
minister.' 7 Wm. Furst. iEolian grand, 
40261. 1241 

Copyright by iEolian co.,New York. 
1899, no. 18173, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Interruption, rttude pour piano, par 
Adam Laussel: op. 19. Paris, Al- 
phonse Leduc. 1242 
Copvright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18065, Mar. 10 : 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Interstate march and two-step ; or, Echoes 
of an interstate cake walk, bv Edward 
D. Anderson. 1243 

Copvright by Edward D. Anderson, 
Washington. 1899, no. 7938, Jan. 24; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 3, 1899. 

Fse a workin', I'se a hustlin'. Words 
by Jas. T. Powers; music by Jackson 
Gouraud. 1244 

Copyright by Howlev, Haviland & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 18593, Mar. 
11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

It is a good thing. Music bv Richard R. 

Trench. 1245 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18951, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

I've gone out for the day; or, I adore an- 
other. Written by George A. Stevens ; 
composed by Felix McGlennon. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1246 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, Loudon. '1899, no. 18642, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Japanese (A) serenade, by William 

Loraine. [Piano.] 1247 

Copyright by F. A. Mills, New York. 

1899, no. 19437, Mar. 15; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 15, 1899. 

Jesus alone can satisfy. Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 1248 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago: 1899, no. 14212, Feb. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Jesus, friend of my poor heart. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 1249 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14194, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Jesus, I my cross have taken. Music by 

Thomas S. Evans. 1250 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicngo. 

1899, no. 18959, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jesus, Thy nearness. Music bv Friedrich 
G. Haas. no. 488. 1251 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. bouse, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18726, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Jesus was speaking to me. Words by 
Geo. H. Brown; music bv Mrs. Willis 
Brown. 1252 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71772, Dec, 9 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Jesus, who on Calv'ry's mountain. 
Hymn anthem, by Mendelssohn; ar- 
rangement by Franz Holz. 1253 
Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19015, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Jolly Jonathan. Words and music by 
Pro Phundo Basso. 1254 

Copyright by P. P. & G. G. Bliss, U. 
S. 1899, no. 18177, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Julchen vom sekt-buffet. Couplet von 
Adolf Behliug ; musik von W. Aletter. 
Berlin, G. Tschentscher. 1255 

Copyright bv G. Tschentscher, Ber- 
lin. 1899, no.'l7854, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Jumping John. Male quartet. 1256 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20581, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Just as the sun went down. Words and 
music by Lyn Udall. Arranged for 
zither by Geo. Lechler. 1257 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19958, Mar. 17 ; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Just for a summer day. Part song for 

ladies' voices, by Herman Karle. 1258 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 19962, Mar. 

17 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Just one girl. Bennett & Udall. Ar- 
ranged for zither by Geo. Lechler. 

1259 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19957, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Keep me. Words by A. Macnair; music 

by Willis Brown. * 1260 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71800, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Keep yourself unspotted. Words and 
music by Jos. AVardle. 1261 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle. Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 11202, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Kicker (The). March and two-step, bv 

Chas. Elander. 1262 

Copyright by I. Goldsmith, Chicago. 

1899, no. 17651, Mar. 7; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 6, 1899. 

KiDg tobacco. Written and composed 
by Charles Osborne; arranged by 
James Jefferson. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 1263 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1899, no. 19292, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

King's (The) musketeer. March and 

two-step, by Frank A. Howson. 1264 

Copyright by Jos. W. Stern & co.. 

New York. 1899, no. 16038, Feb. 28; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Kirch en musiken fur solo, chor, und orgel, 
von Eichard Bartimuss: op. 12. Parti- 
tur und stimmen. no. 3, Osterfest. 
Leipzig, Luckhardt's musik-verlag. 

1265 
Copyright by Luckhardt's musik- 
verlag, Leipzig. 1899. no. 18406, Mar. 
11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Land (The) of rest. Solo and quartet. 
Words by Mary Mark-Lemon; music 
by Ciro Pinsuti; arranged by Franz 
Holz. 1266 

Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19012, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lass (A) with a lump o' land. Words 
by Allan Ramsav; music bv J. B. 
Herbert. 1267 

Copyright bj* Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20580, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Lazy Bill. A. B. Sloane. Arranged for 

zither by Geo. Lechler. 1268 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 1899, no. 19954, Mar. 17; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Lead, kindly light. Words by J. H. 
Newman; music bv M. L. McPhail. 

1269 
Copyright by M. L. McPhail, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18974, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Let Him in. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. 1270 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71793, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Let Mount Zion rejoice. Music bv H. 

P. Dauks. "1271 

Copyright bv Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18970," Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Like a lovely rose. Keverie for two 
mandolins and guitar, by Geo. Milder. 

1272 
Copyright by George Muder, Auburn, 
N. Y. * 1899, no. 19313, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Little (A) money. Words and music by 
Jos. Wardle. * 1273 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14219, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Little Pearl, an orphan girl. By Bert 
Morgan; arranged by Hans S. Line for 
orchestra. 1271 

Copyright by Windsor music co., 
Chicago. 1899, no. 19650, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Look, ye saints. Words by Thomas 
Kelly; music by Wm. D. Smith. 1275 
Copyright by Wm. D. Smith, Phila- 
delphia. 1899, no. 19340, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Lord (The) in strength victorious. Re- 
cessional. Words by Benjamin Gough; 
music by George B. Nevin. 1276 

Copyright by Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 18352, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Lord (The) is King. Music by J. H. 

Tenney. 1277 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899.no.189H, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar.' 13, 1899. 

Lord (The) is my light. Music by Finley 

Lyon. 1278 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18966, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Lost love. Song. English words by 
Paul England; music by Leop. Spro- 
wacker. op. 101. 1279 

Copyright by Adolphe Robitschek, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 19716, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Lullaby. Male quartet, arranged by J. 
B. Herbert. 1280 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20567, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

March " Blennerhassett," by J. C. Arnold. 

1281 
Copyright by Jno. C. Arnold, Park- 
ersburg, W. Va. 1899, no. 18467, Mar. 
11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

| March of the 400. Guitar duet, trio, or 
quartette, by F. O. Gutnian. 1282 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19453, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Marche du gas Loubet. Marche patriot- 
ique, pour piano. Musique de Ro- 
dolphe Berger. Paris, Enoch et cie. 

1283 
Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19997, Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1899. 

Massa's in the cold, cold ground. Fan- 
tasia, with variations; arranged by 
Jos. Narovec for 2 mandolins and 
guitar. 1284 

Copyright bv F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no' 19458, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Mazurka, fiir violoncello und pianoforte, 
von Otto Wittenbecher: op. 2, no. 3. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 1285 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 19295, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Medley overture. A social gathering. 

L. O. De Witt. ^Eolian grand, 40260. 

1286 
Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18147, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Melodie poetique, by Graham P. Moore. 
Piano solo. Leipzig, Bosworth & 

co. 1287 

Copyright bv Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 21101, Mar. 22 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Memories. Words and music by Louise 

Tunison. 1288 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 19149, Mar. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Messe (Brevis). Kyrie; Gloria credo; 

Palestrina. iEolian grand, 50185. 1289 

Copyright by ^Eolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18150, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Messe (Brevis). Sanctus; Benedictus; 
Agnus Dei I. Agnus Dei II. Pales- 
trina. 1290 
Copyright bv iEolian co., New York. 
1899, no. 18151", Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Me"thode de chant par Rosine Laborde. 

Paris, Henri Lemoine et cie. 1291 

Copyright by Rosine Laborde, Paris. 

1899, no. 18075, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 10, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Mignon. Music arranged by U. C. Bur- 
nap; no.385. 1292 
Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18716, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Mikado-marsch, nach motiven dergleich- 
namigeu A. Sullivan'schen operette. 
Arrangirt v. Karl Koinzak. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 1293 

Copyright bv Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. '19800, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Minstrel (The) and the maiden. Male 
quartet, by J. B. Herbert. 1294 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. "1899, no. 20573, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 29, 1899. 

Miserere (The) (Psalm 51). Set to a 
Gregorian melody and arranged in a 
simplified form by Edgar Pettman. 
London, Houghton & co. 1295 

Copyright by Houghton & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 19198, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Modern (A) school for the violin, by Au- 
gust Wilhelmj and James Brown. In 
two sections; section 1, technical prac- 
tice, book 2. 1296 
Copyright by Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 1899, no. 19097, Mar. 14; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Monsell. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 
674. 1297 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18733, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Morning (The) ride. Words by A. M, ; 
music by Max Mayer. London, 

Chappelf& co., ltd. 1298 

Copyright by Chappell & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 18415, Mar. 11; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Mother. A song. Words and music 
composed by William J. Carkeek. 1299 
Copyright by W. J. Carkeek, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 19560, Mar. 16; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Mother, mother, I am coming. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardie. 1300 

Copyright by Joseph Wardie, Chi- 
cago. ' 1«99, no. 14205, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mother's darling yet. Words and music 

by Halbert L. Hoard. 1301 

Copyright by Halbert L. Hoard, Fort 

Atkinson, Wis. 1899, no. 13986, Feb. 

20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Mountains (The) are full of friends. 
Words and music by Jos. Wardie. 

1302 
Copyright by Joseph Wardie, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14217, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Mouse (The). Part-song for ladies' 

voices, by Alonzo Stone. 1303 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 19963, Mar. 

17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

My soul be on thy guard. Words by Geo. 

Heath ; music by F. S. Shepard. 1304 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18955, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 



My sweetheart in Manila. Song, with 
violin obligato (ad lib.), by Geo. H. 
Rowe. 1305 

Copyright by Geo. H. Rowe, Ennis, 
Tex. 1899, no. 18178, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

My sweetheart's the best-shod girl in 
town. Words and music by Mary 
Fouts. *1306 

Copyright by Brown, Page & Hill- 
man co., Peoria, 111. 1899, no. 18469, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

My times are in Thy hands. Words by 
Jennie Wilson; music by M. L. Mc- 
Phail. 1307 

Copyright by M. L. McPhail, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 18973, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Nach dem marsfelde. Marsch fur piano- 
forte, von Ferd. Kiihne : op. 33. Ber- 
lin, G. Tscheutscher. 1308 
Copyright by G. Tschentscher, Ber- 
lin. 1899, no. 17853, Mar. 9; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 9, 1899. 

Narcissa. Iutermezzo pour le piauo, par 
Wenzel-Fisher. 1309 

Copyright by M. de Mackiewiez, Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 19438, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

National (The) guard. March and two- 
step, composed by John Sebast; ar- 
ranged and harmonized by C. H. Col- 
lins. 1310 
Copyright by John Sebast, Albany. 
1899, no. 18468, Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

National ode. Words by Bayard Taylor ; 
set to music for solo ; quartet, and cho- 
rus of men's voices by Leopold Daui- 
rosch. 1311 

Copyright by G. Schirnier, New York. 
1899, no. 20274, Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Nation's (A) pride. Male duet. Words 

and music by Franklin E. Parker. 1312 

Copyright by F. E. Parker, Boston. 

1899, no. 19566, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 16, 1899. 

'Neath the vines. Characteristic dance, 
by B. O. Worrell. 1313 

Copyright bv Hatch music co., Phil- 
adelphia. 1899, no. 19651, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Never fear. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. 1314 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71773, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Nightingale (The). Male quartet, ar- 
ranged from Weber. 1315 
Copyright bv Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no! 20577, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Ninette. Valse brillante, pour piano, par 

Carlos deMesquita: op. 107. Paris, 

Alphonse Leduc. 1316 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, no. 18066, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Nordische symphonie (es dur), fiir or- 
chester, von J. Ad. Hagg. Ausgabe 
fiir pianoforte zu vier handen. Leip- 
zig, Friedrich Hofmeister. 1317 
Copyright by Friedrich Hofmeister, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 20000, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Now from labor and from care. Arranged 
from R. Franz by P. A. Schnecker. 1318 
Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 1899, no. 18268, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Now is Christ risen. Music by Geo. 

Marks Evans. 1319 

Copyright bv Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, lio. 18958," Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Nuit 6toilee. Poe"sie de Camille Eay; 
musique de C. Chaminade. no. 2. 
Pour barytone ou mezzo-soprano. 
Paris, Enoch et cie. 1320 

Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19995, Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Nunc dimittis. (Lord, now lettest Thou 

Thy servant.) Louis S. Joy. 1321 

Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & 

co., New York." 1899, no. 18266, Mar. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

O be joyful in the Lord. Music by David 

W. Phillips. 1322 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18953, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

O come, my beloved. Words and music 
by Jos. Wardle. 1323 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14196, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

O golden morn of love ! Song. Words 
by Harry Hertford; music by Frank E. 
Tours. London, Frank Dean & 
co. 1324 

Copyright by Frank Dean & co., 
London. 1899, no. 19504, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

O how amiable. Anthem in E flat, for 
mixed voices, by Walter Goold. 1325 
Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19011, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

O Lamb of God. Hymn-anthem, by 
Roeckel; arranged by Franz Holz. 

1326 
Copyright by B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19017, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

O praise God in His holiness. Music by 

Richard R. Trench. 1327 

Cox3yright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899,no. 18938, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

O what are my darlings all doing to-day? 
Words and music by Jos. Wardle. 1328 
Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14200, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

O worship the King, all glorious above. 
Hymn-anthem, for mixed voices, ar- 
ranged from Saint-Saens by P. A. 
Schnecker. 1329 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19195, Mar. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Oceanic, March and two-step, by Harry 

P. Wilkins. Piano solo. 1330 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 19840, Mar. 

17 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

O'er the silvery sea. Quartet for mixed 

voices, by Harold Leston: op. 45. 1331 

Copyright by White- Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 19964, Mar. 

17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Offertoire: op. 87, Guilmant. iEolian 

grand, 50179. 1332 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899. no. 18165, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Oh, it's homely! very homely ! Written 
and composed by Herbert Cole and A. 
E. Lawrence. London, Francis, Lav 
& Hunter. 1333 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18637, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Oh, what a lovely game! Written and 
composed by Murray and Leigh. 
London, Francis, Day «fc Hunter. 1334 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18639, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Old (The) church bell. Words by Geo. 
R. Morris; music by J. B. Herbert. 

1335 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20568, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Old (The) folks are louging for you, May. 
J. AY. Bratton; arranged for zither by 
Geo. Lechler. 1336 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19956, Mar. 17; 2 j 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Olivet. Music by Lowell Mason; ar- ! 
ranged by U. C. Burnap. no. 475. 

1337 j 
Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. i 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18725, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, I 
1899. 

On my way to yon palace above. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 1338 

Copvright by Joseph Wardle, Chica- 
go. 1899, no. 14209, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

On the banks of that river. Words and 
music by Willie Brown. 1339 j 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71779, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

On the hilltops. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1340 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. "71778, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

19396— Yol. 19, No. 4 4 



Titles — Continued. 

One little word. Words by Abbie Arm- 
strong; music by Willis Brown. 1341 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71769, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 
One's enough. Written and composed 
by Charles Osborne. London, Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter. 1342 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18638, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Our heroes return. March and two-step, 
by J . A. Silberberg. Arranged by Rob- 
ert Recker for orchestra. 1343 
Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 

• New York. 1899, no. 19446, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Our refuge. By Kosckat. Arranged by 
Franz Holz for mixed voices. 1344 

Copyright by B.F.Wood music co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19014, Mar. 13; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Out in the highway. Words and music 

by Willis Brown. 1345 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. "71795, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Outside. Written and composed by 
Charles Osborne. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 1346 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1899/no. 19505, Mar. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

'Ow's this for a start? Written by R. P. 
Weston and Fred Leigh ; composed by 
George Le Brunn. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 1347 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18643, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Parson Ringtail's wedding dance, by 
Emil Isenman. For band. 1348 

For orchestra. 1349 

Copyright by Charles O. Brokaw, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 1899, nos. 18591, 18592, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 11, 
1899. 

Passe-pied. Danse ancieime pour piano, 
par C. Chaminade : op. 5, no. 1. Paris, 
Enoch et cie. 1350 

Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris. 



1899, no. 18407. 
Mar. 11, 1899. 



Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 



Pavane. Danse ancienne pour piano, par 
C. Chaminade: op. 95, no. 2. Pans, 
Enoch & co. 1351 

Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 18413, Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Paysages clamour, par Augusta Holmes. 

Paris, Leon Grus. no. 1, Dans les bou- 

tonsd'or: en sol. 1352 

no. 2, Sous lesorangers; en si. 1353 

no. 3, Au bois dormant. 1354 

no. 4, Parmi les meules. 1355 

Copyright by Leon Grus, Paris. 1899, 

nos. 19705, 19706, 19709,19710, Mar. 17; 

2 copies each, rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Peace. Ancient melody, arranged by U. 

C.Buniap. no. 841. ' 1356 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18743, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899. 
Pendant le flirt. VaJ.se lente pour piano. 

Rudolphe Berger. Paris, Enoch et 

cie. 1357 

Copyright by Enoch et cie., Paris. 

1899, no. 18414, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 11, 1899. 

Persimmon (The), by Alonzo Stone. 

(Humorous.) For mixed yoices. 1358 

For male yoices. 1359 

Copyright by White -Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1899, nos. 18342, 

18343, Mar. 10; 2 copies each rec'd 

Mar. 10, 1899. 
Philomathean extra. March two-step, by 

H. B. Forsyth. 1360 

Copyright by Hazen music pub. co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 20209, Mar. 18; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Piccanniny's lullaby. Written and com- 
posed by J. W. Driffield. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 1361 

Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18640, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Piece en forme de canon. A. Schmitt. 
Musique pour grand orgue, sous la di- 
rection de Ch. M. Widor et A. Guil- 
mant; 13 me livraison. Paris, Alphonse 
Leduc. 1362 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 19736, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Pierrot qui pleure, et Pierrot qui rit. 
Come'die en yers de Edmond Eostand; 
inusique de * * * Paris, Heugel 
et cie. 1363 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19723, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Pimpante-yalse, pour piano, par Paul 
Rougnon. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 

1364 
Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18067, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Poetic fancies. Ten pieces for the piano, 
by Bernhard Wolff: op. 204. London, 
Joseph Williams, no. 1. The yiliage 
inn. 1365 



no. 2. March. 

no. 3. Yalse. 

no. 4. Minuet. 

no. 5. In the forest. 

no. 6. The ladybird. 

no. 7. Gondola sons-. 



1366 
1367 
1368 
1369 
1370 
1371 



no. 8. At the spinning wheel. 1372 

no. 9. The reyellers. 1373 

no. 10. Cradle song. 1374 

Copyright by Joseph Williams, Lon- 
don. 1899, nos. 15082-15091, Feb. 25; 2 
copies each rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Praise ye the Lord. Music by A. W. 

Ulrich. 1375 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18957, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

President's (The) flag' march. For band, 
by W. H. Scouton. 1376 

Copyright by John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1899, no. 19443, Mar. 15 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Prince (Le) Igor. Aria. Borodini. 

^Eolian grand, 30486. 1377 

Copyright by ^Eolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18158, "Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Prise (La) de Troie. Poeme lyrique en 
3 actes et 5 tableaux. Poeme et mu- 
sique de Hector Berlioz. Partition 
chant et piano. Paris, Choudens. 

1378 
Copyright by Choudens, Paris. 1899, 
no. 18073, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 
10, 1899. 

Processional hymn: Come, ye faithful. 

By George Gardner. 1379 

Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 18079, Mar. 10; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Protecting power. Music by U. C. Burn • 
ap. no. 74. 1380 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18719, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Pusey. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 263. 

1381 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18721, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Put on the gospel shoes. Words and 
music by Ada A. Cooper. 1382 

Copyright by Mrs. Ada A. Cooper, 
Bridgeton, N. J. 1899, uo. 20619. Mar. 
20: 2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Queen of May. Waltz for pianoforte, bv 
Blind Cal. 1383 

Copyright by E W. Gibbs, Temple, 
Tex. "1899, no. 19838, Mar. 17; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Queen of the ragtime. A syncopated 
two-step, by Harry Powers. 1384 

Copyright by Belcher & Dayis. De- 
troit. 1899, no. 18812, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Queen Wilhelmina. Waltzes, by George 
Barker. [Piano.] 1385 

Copyright by George Barker, Boston. 
1899, no. 19656, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Quickly row me. Male quartet. Ar- 
ranged by J. B. Herbert. 1386 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. '1899. no. 20574, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Quintette pour piano et instruments a 

cordes, par Jan Blocks.. Paris, 

Heugel et cie. 1387 

Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 

1899, no. 19722, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Eedemption. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. * 1388 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71784, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Eejoice, the Lord is King. Song-anthem. 

Music by Arthur E. Fisher. 1389 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy, 

Chicago. 1899, no. 18935, Mar. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Eeste! PoesiedeEobertMyriel; musique 

de C. Chaminade. no. 2, pour baryton 

ou mezzo-soprano. Paris, Enoch et 

cie. 1390 

Copyright by Enoch & cie, Paris. 

1899, no. 19998, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1899. 

Eesurrection (The). Music by J. Wesley 

Hughes. 1391 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18962, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 
Reve. Poesie de Victor Hugo; musique 

de Ernest Moret. Paris", Heugel et 

cie. 1392 j 

Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 

1899, no. 19729, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Reves defunts. Poesie de D. Enoch; 
musique de C. Chaminade. no. 1. pour 
tenor ou soprano. Paris, Enoch et 
cie. 1393 

Copyright by Enoch & cie., Paris. 
1899, iio. 19996, Mar. 18; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 18, 1899. 

Eiver (The) of peace. Words and music 

by Monroe H. Eosenfeld. 1394 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. * 1899, no" 20270, Mar. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Eobin redbreast. Two-part song, by 

Alonzo Stone. 1395 

Copyright by White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 18344, Mar. 

10; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Eoi de Lahore (Marche celeste), Mas- 
senet. ^Eolian grand, 30495. 1396 
Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1899, no. 18155, Mar. 10 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Eomance, fur violoncello unci pianoforte, 
von Otto Wittenbecher : op. 2, no. 1. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 1397 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 19293, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Eomance, sans paroles, pour violon et 
piano, par Jules Bouval. Paris, 
Alphonse Leduc. 1398 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 
1899, no. 19740, Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Eomance-etude for the pianoforte, by 

William Mason : op. 32. 1399 

Copyright by William Mason, U. S.' 

1899, no. 20392, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 20, 1899. 

Eoses and violets. (Valse de concert.) 
Part song for ladies' voices ; music by 
CD. Blake. 1400 

Copyright by White- Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 1899, no. 19961, Mar. 
17 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Sacrament. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 
411. 1401 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18724, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Sambo out of work. A Darktown idyle, 
by J. A. Silberberg; arranged by E. 
Boettger for orchestra. 1402 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19445, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 

Savior, now the clay is ending. Words 
bv Sarah Doudney; music by J. S. 
Fearis. 1403 

Copyright by Henry Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18945, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Saw my leg off. Encore student song, 
by J. B. H. 1404 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20578, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Scarlet (The) letter march, two-step, for 

piano, by Gaisberg-Kuhn. 1405 

Copyright by Wm. C. Hamilton, 

Pittsburg. 1899, no. 19444, Mar. 15; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Scene pittoresque. Introduction et valse, 
quatuor pour 4 violons, par Charles 
N.Allen: op. 22. 1406 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19006, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Scherzino, et dtude arabesque, pour le 
piano, par Arthur Foote : op. 42. no. 1. 
Scherzino 1407 

no. 2. Fltude arabesque. 1408 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, nos. 19008, 19009, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Scherzo, pour le piano, par F. Brandeis: 

op. 28. 1409 

Copyright by F. Brandeis, U. S. 1899, 

no. 20394, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 

20, 1899. 

Scherzo-Talse. Reduction pour piano 
seul., d'apres la suite d'orchestre en 
forme de valses, de Mel. Bonis. Paris, 
Alphonse Leduc. 1410 

Copyright by Alphonse Lednc, Paris. 
1899, no. 18070, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Sea-shore dreams. Waltzes, by Elmer 
Lincoln Cudworth. 1411 

Copyright by Elmer Lincoln Cud- 
worth, Campello, Mass. 1899, no. 18470, 
Mar. 11; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Seeking. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. 1412 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71789, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Serenade, pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment de piano, par Mel. Bonis. Paris, 
Alphonse Leduc. 1413 

Pour violoncello avec acconipagne- 

ment do piano, par Mel. Bonis. Paris, 

Alphonse Leduc. 1414 

Copyright by Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

1899, nos. 19735, 19707, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Shall I be saved? Words by Fanny J. 

Crosby; music by Willis Brown. 1415 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71791, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

She loves forever. Male quartet, by J. 
B. Herbert. 1416 

Copvright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. "1899, no. 20575, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

She'd never been in pantomime before. 
Written and composed by George Bol- 
lit. London, Francis, Dav & Hunter. 

1417 
Copvright by Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 18636, Mar. 13 ; 9 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

She's my Irene. Words and music by 

Shepard N. Edmonds. 1418 

Copyright by T. B. Harms & co., New 

York. 1899, no. 19150, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Sing and rejoice, for Christ is risen. 
Easter anthem, by Mrs. Carrie B. 
Adams. 1419 

Copyright bv Home music co., Lo- 
gan sport, Ind. 1899, no. 16701, Mar. 3 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 4, 1899. 

Singer's (The) first reader. An introduc- 
tory course in vocal music, by F. E. 
Hale and H. B. Hale. 1420 

Copvright by F. E. Hale and H. B. 
Hale, Bucyrus, Kans. 1899, no. 2296, 
Jan. 4; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 7, 1899. 

Soldier's (A) pride. Words and music by 

Franklin E. Parker. 1421 

Copyright by F. E. Parker, Boston. 

1899, no. 19565, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 16, 1899. 

Something for Thee. Words by Robert 
Lowry ; music by Arthur W. Nelson. 

1422 
Copyright by Henrv Date, Chicago. 
1899, no. 18952, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 13, 1899. 

Son (The) can make you free. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 1423 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no'. 14192, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Sonate, in A moll, fur pianoforte und vio- 
line, componirt von Mrs. H. H. A. 
Beach: op. 34. 1424 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19007, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC— Continued. 



Titles— Continued. 

Song of the Holy Ghost. Words and 

music by Willis Brown. 1425 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71797. Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

Song stories for the Sunday school, by 

Patty S. and Mildred J. Hill. 1126 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 1899, no. 20411, Mar. 20; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Songs without words. Book 4, no. 1 : op. 
53, Mendelssohn. iEolian grand, 10435. 

1427 
Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18162, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Soupir, no. 2. Baryton ou mezzo-soprano. 
Poesie de Sully-Prudhomme; musique 
de Georges Enesco: op. 4, no. 3. 
Paris, Enoch et cie. 1428 

Copyright by Enoch & cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 18408/ Mar. 11: 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 

Sous les tilleuls. Extraite de " Scenes 
Alsaciennes," de J. Massenet. Trans- 
cription de concert pour piano a deux 
mains, par I. Philipp. Paris, Heu- 
gel et cie. 1429 

Copyright by Heugel et cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 19718* Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Souvenir Vienuois. Suite de raises pour 
piano, Rodolphe Berger. Paris, 



Enoch et cie. 



1430 



Copyright by Enoch & cie, Paris. 
1899, no. 18409, Mar. 11 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1899. 

Spring song, Mendelssohn; arranged by 
F. O. Gutman for 2 mandolins and 
guitar. 1431 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19457, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Stag party dance, by O. J . De Moll. 1432 
Copyright by H. Eberbach, Wash- 
ington, D. C. l 1899, no. 18589, Mar. 11; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Stop drifting. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1433 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71787, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Story (The) ever new. Words and music 

by Willis Brown. 1434 

Copyright bv Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71771, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 



Titles — Continued. 

Strike hands with Jesus. Words and 
music by Jos. Wardle. 1435 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no. 14203, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

String quartet: op. 11, Andante. 
Tschaikowsky. iEolian grand, 10433. 

1436 
Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1899, no. 18161, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Such a tired girl. Lullaby, by Aubrey 

Boucicault and Theo. F. Morse. 1437 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York.' 1899, no. 18594, Mar. 11; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Sunset. Music by U. C. Buruap. no. 709. 

1438 

Coj)yright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 

18735, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 

1899. 

Sur un theme Breton. J. Guy Ropartz. 

IEolian grand, 50180. 1439 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 

1899, no. 18166, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 17, 1899. 

Susan Van Doozen. Words by Joe 
Lincoln; music by Henry Shepherd. 

1440 
Copyright by Henry Shepherd, 
Bound Brook, N. J. 1899, no. 19947, 
Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Suwanee river. Foster; arranged by 
A. S. Kinnaman for guitar solo. 1441 
Copyright bv F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no.19459, Mar. 15; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Sweet night. (Chere nuit.) Poetry by 
Eugene Adeuis; English version by 
Leonard Stuart; music by Alf. Bache- 
let. For soprano. 1442 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York.^ 1899, no. 19573, Mar. 
16 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Sweetly comes the Easter dawning. 
Words by E. M. Lewis; music by Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick. 1443 

Copyright by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 
Philadelphia. ^1899, no. 18976, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Symphony no. 3: op. 90, Andante. Poco 
allegretto. Brahms. iEolian grand, 
10430. 1444 

Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1898, no. 71412, Dec. 8; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 



268 

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS AND COLLECTIONS OF MUSIC -Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Take hold of his hand. Words and 

music by Willis Brown. 1145 

Copyright bv Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71782, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 



Tarantellette, 
Piano solo, 
co. 



by Graham P. Moore. 

Leipzig, Bosworth &. 

1446 



Copyright bv Bosworth & eo., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no.' 21100, Mar. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Te Deuin laudamns, in E flat, for mixed 

voices, by Geo. Marks Evans. 1447 

Copyright bv Win. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 1899, no. 19197, Mar. 14; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Teach me Thy way, O Lord. Music by 

Henry A. Lewis. 1448 

Copyright bv Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18942, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Tell it to somebody else. Words and 

music by Willis Brown. 1449 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71774, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

There was a time. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1450 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71786, Dec. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

They've been trotting me round. Writ- 
ten and composed by Felix McGlennon. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1451 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hun- 
ter, London. 1899, no. 18635, Mar. 13; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

This is the day the Lord hath made. 
With violoncello obligato (ad lib.) 
Music by Philo A. Otis. 1452 

Copyright by Clayton F. Summv, 
Chicago. 1899, no. 18934, Mar. 13; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1 899. 

This world is full of sorrow; or, The 
Christ song. Words and music by Irv- 
ing Wilder. 1453 
Copyright by Irving Wilder, Frank- 
lin Falls, N. H. 1898, no. 37405, June 
18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Thoughts of love. Caprice, by Ben. M. 

Jerome. 1454 

Copyright by Howley, Haviland & 

co., New York. 1899, no. 20269, Mar. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Three songs, (a) Why do I sigh ? Word 
by T. S. Jones, (o) Lullaby; words 
by W. Cooke Yarborough. (c) When 
Cupid folds his wings; words by T. S. 
Jones; music by Frank E. Tours. 
London, Frank Dean & co. 1455 

Copyright by Frank Dean & co., Lon- 
don. 1899, no. 19503, Mar. 16 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Through the day Thy love has spared us. 
Hymn for mixed voices, by P. A. 
Schnecker. 1456 

Copyright by Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19196, Mar. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Thy sheltering wings. Words and mu- 
sic by Willis Brown. 1457 
Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 
1898, no. 71766, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 
Dec. 12, 1898. 

To live is Christ, to die is gain. Words 
and music by Jos. Wardle. 1458 

Copyright by Joseph Wardle, Chica- 
go. 1899, no. 14220, Feb. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Too full for words; or, I didn't say much, 
but I thought a lot. Written and com- 
posed by Charles Osborne; arranged 
by James Jefferson. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 1459 

Copyright by Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 1899,no. 19291, Mar. 15 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Traum gavotte, von Oscar Kohler. Piano. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 1460 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig-. 1899, no. 19799, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 

Traumgebild. Dream-vision. Lyrische 
stucke, fiir pianoforte, von W. Junker : 
op. 5, no. 1. Leipzig, Breitkopf & 
Hartel. 1461 

Copyright bv Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 20004, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Treasures gold can never buy. Words by 
Edward L. Beers; music by H. Edgar 
Fredenburgh. 1462 

Copyright by Fredenburgh and Beers, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 1899, no." 19333, Mar. 
15 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Truly thankful. Words by E. E. Hewitt ; 

music by E. S. Lorenz. * 1463 

Copyright by E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18909, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 



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Titles — Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 



Trust ye in the mighty God. Music by 

J. H. Bosecrans. 1464 

Copvright by Henry Date, Chicago. 

1899, no. 18968, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 13, 1899. 

Tu me donnas ton coenr (Expiation). 
Poesie de Jean Labor; musique de 
Ernest Moret. Paris, fieugel et cie. 

1465 
Copyright by Heugel et cie., Paris. 
1899, no. 19725," Mar. 17; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 

Twelve o'clock at night. Male quartet, 
by J. B. Herbert. 1166 

Copyright by Fillmore bros.. Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20570, Mar. 20 : 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Twilight. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 
720. 1467 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, ingr. 
Eden pub, house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18736, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Under the stars I met you, love. Words 
and music by R. M. Stults. 1468 

Copyright bv Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. 1899, no.*18350, Mar. 10; 2 copies 
rec ; d Mar. 10, 1899. 

Under Thy special care. Words and mu- 
sic by Jos. Wardle. 1469 
Copvright by Joseph Wardle, Chi- 
cago. 1899, no! 14215, Feb. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Yalse novellette, by Graham P. Moore. 
Piano solo. Leipzig, Bosworth & 

co. 1470 

Copyright by Bosworth & co., Leip- 
zig. 1899, no. 21103, Mar. 22; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Valse tendre, pour piano, par C. de Mes- 

quita. Paris, Hachette et cie. 1471 

Copyright by Hachette et cie., Paris. 

1899, no. 18074, Mar. 10. 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 10, 1899. 

Violet-and- white march. Banjo duet, by 
Wm. Frederick Peters. 1472 

Copyright by F. O. Gutman, Cleve- 
land. 1899, no. 19455, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Feb. 25, 1899. 

Violet polka, for pianoforte, four hands, 
by A. H. Rosewig. 1473 

Copyright by National music co., 
Chicago. 1898, no. 70037, Dec. 1 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Yolksthiimliche lieder, fur rniinnerchor, 
von F. Hiller : op. 39. Bearb. v. F. Ba- 
selt. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 
no. 1. Heimliche liebe. Secret love. 

1474 
Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 19713, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Voyage. Ancient melody, arranged by 
U. C. Burnap. no. 751. 1475 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tunnies, mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18739, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 27, 
1899. 

Warner's self-instructor. Guitar. 1476 
Copyright by Lvon & Healy, Chica- 
go. 1899, no. 20039, Mar. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Warrior. Music by U. C. Burnap. no. 54. 

1477 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, mgr. 

for Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, 

no. 18717, Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 

27, 1899. 

Wavelets waltz, for two guitars, com- 
posed and arranged by Jessie J. Ham- 
ilton. 1478 
Copyright by Jessie J. Hamilton, 
Madison. Kans. 1899, no. 19562, Mar. 
16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

We shall wear a crown. Arranged by 

Grace Weiser Davis. 1479 

Copyright bv Grace Weiser Davis, 

Jersey City. 1899, no. 16043, Feb. 28 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

i We'll meet again. Words and music by 

Willis Brown. 1480 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71794, Dec. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Were we dreaming? Song. Words by 
J. Anthony McDonald; music by 
Angelo Mascheroni. no. 2, in D flat. 
London, Chappell & co., ltd. 1481 

Copyright by Chappell &, co., Lon- 
don. 1899. no. 19993, Mar. 18; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

What is your record? Words and music 

by Willis Brown. 1482 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71785, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

When shadows flee. Words and music 

by Willis Brown. 1483 

Copvright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71788, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 



270 

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Titles — Continued. 

When you ain't got no money, well you 
needn't come 'round. A. B. Sloane; ar- 
ranged for zither by Geo. Lechler. 1484 
Copyright bv M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 19953, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

When your eyes look in mine. Song. 
Words by Florence Hoare; music by 
Joseph L. Roeckel. In D flat. Lon- 
don, Charles Vincent. 1485 
Copyright by J. L. Roeckel, London. 
1899, no. 19992, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 10, 1899. 

Whistling (The) bluecoat boy. By J. P. 
Harrington and Geo. Le Brunn. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1486 
Conyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899, no. 18633, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Whistling Rufus. March characteristic. 
Kerry Mills. JEolian grand, 20330. 

1487 
Copyright by iEolian co., New York. 
1899, no. 18148, Mar. 10; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 17, 1899. 
Whistling Willie. Written by Albert 
Hall; composed by Geo. Le Brunn. 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1488 
Copyright by Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 1899* no. 18634, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Whittier. Gounod; arranged by U. C. 
Burnap. no. 301. 1489 

Copyright by Aug. G. Tonnies, Mgr. 
Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 1899, no. 
18722, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Feb. 20, 
1899. 

Wiegenlied, as dur. Lullaby, fur piano- 
forte, yon W. Junker : op. 8. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 1490 

Copyright by Breitkopf & Hartel, 
Leipzig. 1899, no. 19712, Mar. 17 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Will you go ? Duet for soprano and alto, 
arranged from a Venetian air, bv 
Charles S. Elliot. 1491 

Copyright by Charles S. Elliot & co., 
New York. 1899, no. 18263, Mar. 10; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 10, 1899. 



Titles— Continued. 

Witmark (The) violin and piano folio. 
Violin arrangements by Herman Her- 
manson; piano arrangements by F. W. 
Meacham and Chas. Pratt. 1492 

Copyright by M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 1899, no. 17814, Mar. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Apr. 14, 1899. 

Wonderful. Words and music by Willis 

Brown. 1493 

Copyright by Willis Brown, Chicago. 

1898, no. 71776, Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd 

Dec. 12, 1898. 

Wreck of the nightingale. Male quartet, 
by J. B. Herbert. 1494 

Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20582, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

You can't boss me. By Thomas H. Chil- 
yers; arranged for orchestra by R. 
Bauer. 1495 

Copyright by Edward Schuberth & 
co., New York. 1899, no. 18482, Mar. 11 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

You might have been. Words by Chas. 
G. Halpine; music by J. B. H. " 1496 
Copyright by Fillmore bros., Cincin- 
nati. 1899, no. 20572, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. * 

Zwei lieder aus dem nachlass ^on Adolf 

Jensen. Ausgabe fiir hohe stimme. 

Baden-Baden, Emil Sommermeyer. 

No. 1. Wanderlied (Gedicht von Mar- 

sano. ) 1497 
no. 2. Feridas teueis (Aus. d. span. 

Liederbuch v. Geibel. ) 1498 

Copyright by Emil Sommermeyer, 

Baden-Baden, Germany. 1899. nos. 

20315, 20316, Mar. 20; 2 copies each 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

^ere symphonic, pour grand orgue, par 
Louis Vierne : op. 14. Paris, A. Per6- 
gally et Parvy tils. 1499 

Copyright by A. Peregally et Parvy 
tils, Paris. 1899, no. 19711, Mar. 17; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



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V. MAPS AND CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors, see eml of 

Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Chicago (Mitchell's new real estate map 
of). Old limits. 1899. 188 

Copyright by W. L. Mitchell, Chi- 
cago. 1899,no.6541, Jan. 18; 2 copies 



rec'd Mar. 



1899. 



Chicago i unction, Huron county, Ohio. 

Feb., 1899. * 189 

Copyright by Sanhorn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19018, 

Mar. 13; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Dell Rapids, Minnehaha county, S. Dak. 

Jan., 1899. 190 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19224, 

Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Detroit, Mich . (Map of the city of) . 191 
Copyright by Calvert litho. co., 
Detroit. 1899, no. 19574, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Duncannon, Perry county, Pa. Feb., 

1899. 192 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899. no. 19670, 

Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Garfield, Whitman county, Wash. Jan. 

1899. 193 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19019, 

Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Glenwood, Mills county, Iowa. Jan., 

1899. 194 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19669, 

Mar. 16 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Hopkinton, Middlesex county, Mass. 

Feb., 1899. 195 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19488. 

Mar. 15 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Monticello, Piatt county, 111. Jan., 1899. 

196 
Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19490, 
Mar. 15; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Mt. Vernon, Posey county, Ind. Feb., 

1899. 197 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19225, 

Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

New Bloomfield, Perry county, Pa. Feb., 

1899. 198 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New 'York. 1899. no. 19489, 

Mar. 15 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Paris (Plan of), designed and engraved 
for " Paris known and unknown." 199 

Conyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. * 1898, no. 69475, Nov. 28 ; 
2 copies rec'd Nov. 28, 1898. 

Pittsburg bituminous gas coal beds. 

1899. (Lee's map of) 200 

Copyright by J. M. Kelly, Pittsburg. 

1899, no. 18753, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies rec'd 

Feb. 7, 1899. 

Red Oak, Montgomery county, Iowa. 

Jan., 1899. 201 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New " York. 1899, no. 19668, 

Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Staunton, Augusta county, Ya. Feb., 

1899. 202 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., r>'ew"York. 1899, no. 19667, 

Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation, Ind. T. 

Feb., 1899. 203 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 

co., ltd., New York. 1899, no. 19665, 

Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



county, Ohio. 
204 



Wapakoneta, Auglaize 
Jan., 1899. 

Copyright by Sanborn-Perris map 
co., ltd., New' York. 1899, no. 19666, 
Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



272 



VI. ElNTGmAVING-S, CUTS, AND PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Aids to longevity in Texas. 199 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
maiiu, New York. 1899, no. 1 9231, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Ave Cesar imperator! Morituri te salu- 

tant. ■ 200 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Jovant *fe co., New York. 1899, no. 

19100, Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 

1899. 
Bird's-eye view of tbe Trans-Mississippi 

and International exposition. 201 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. ' 1897, no. l 64507, Nov. 19; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Birth (The) of spring. 202 

Copyright by Thomas A. Starr. 
Goshen, Ind. 1899, no. 20624, Mar. 20; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Burpee's bush sweet pea. 203 

Copyright by W. Atlee, Burpee & co., 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20941, Mar. 21 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Cardot (M.) to Raphael. 204 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20018, Mar. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Chateau (The) of Aigues. 205 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20015, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Colonial days. 206 

Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 18756, Mar. 13 : 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Constitution (The). 207 

Copyright bv Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 18757, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Constructive details. 229. 208 

Copyright by Coliierv engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no" 18760, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

229, plate 10. 209 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 19346, Mar. 15 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Criticism (A). 210 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 

mann,'New York. 1899, no. 19228, Mar. 

14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Deane (Rachel). 211 

Copyright by Rachel Deane, New 

York. 1899, no. 19348, Mar. 15 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

' ' Democratic (The) hen. — Oh, what lob- 
sters I've hatched." 212 
Copyright by Ark ell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 20634, Mar. 20; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Discipline and anaesthesia. 213 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19240, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Discouraged. 214 

Copyright bv Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19239, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Do you get up with a lame back ? 215 
Copyright by Dr. Kilmer <fc co., Biug- 
hamton, N. Y. ' 1898, no. 71836, Dec. 9; 
2 copies rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

Enthusiastic young miss: To think of 
your being a real literary man ! [etc.] 

216 
Copyright by Life pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 20633, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, Palm Sun- 
day. 217 
Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

19101, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 
1899. 

Flight (The) into Egypt. 218 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Jovant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

19099, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 

1899. 

Fcedora (Comtesse) to Raphael. 219 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20025, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

For every member of the family. 220 

Copyright bv Whitely exerciser co., 
Chicago. 1899", no. 19492, Mar. 15; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Forgive us our trespasses. 221 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co.," New York. 1899, no. 

19i04, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 

1899. 

Gallant (The) shoemaker. 222 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

19102, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 
1899. 



273 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Great (The) wall was for centuries the 
partition of China. Feature cut 12, 
1899. 223 

Copyright by American press ass'n, 
New York. 1899.no. 20277, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Hindoo (The) hunter. 221 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
inann, New York. 1899, no. 19233, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Imogen. 225 

Copyright by R. H. Russell, New 
York/ 1899, no. 19154, Mar. 11; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14. 1899. 

Imogen and Rose. 226 

Copyright by R. H. Russell, New 
York. 1*99, no'. 19156, Mar. 14; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Imogen and Tom Wrench. 227 

Copyright by R, H. Russell, New 
York. 1899. no. 19157, Mar. 14 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

In the curiosity shop. 228 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. "1899, no. 20019, Mar. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

In the Faubourg Saint- Honore. 229 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia, "1899, no. 20023, Mar. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

In the hotel de Saint-Quentin. 230 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20021, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

In the park at Aigues. 231 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. "1899, no. 20014, Mar. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

In the rue de Varenne. 232 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20024, Mar. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

In the rue des Cordiers. 233 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20020, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Indestructible. 234 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann^New York. 1899, no. 19227, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Inference (An). 235 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19235, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

Meeting (The) at the stile. 236 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joyant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

19098, Mar. 14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 

1899. 

| Michaud (Olympic). 237 

Copyright by George Barrie & son. 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20017, Mar. 18; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Montcornet (General) and Sibilet. 238 
Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 20011, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Montcornet (General), Michaud, and 

Sibilet. 239 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 

Philadelphia, 1899, no. 20016, Mar. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

New (A) light, 240 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19230, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

No room for doubt. 241 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann. New York. 1899, no. 19234, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

"Noel." "The gloria in excelsis ring." 

242 
Copyright by C. E. Morrell co., El- 
mira,N.Y. 1898, no. 72518, Dec. 12; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 12, 1898. 

Ominous. 243 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,"New York. 1899, no. 19232, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

On the banks of the Avonne. 244 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia, 1899, no. 20010, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

On the road to Lyon. 245 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20022, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Our busy old women. 246 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19238, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Overwork makes weak kidney. 247 

Copyright by Dr. Kilmer & co., 
Binghamton, N. Y. 1898, no. 71834, 
Dec. 9 ; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

Patriots on parade. 248 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
nrann,"New York. 1899, no. 19246, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



274 

ENGEAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Pollice verso. 249 

Copyright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 

Joy ant & co., New York. 1899, no. 

19103, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 

1899. 

Pouf! goes the "League." 250 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19226, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Prompt acquittal. 251 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19242, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Eeady to negotiate. 252 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19241, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 12, 1899. 



Returning with her flock. 



253 



Coj)yright by Jean Boussod, Manzi, 
Joyant <fc co., New York. 1899, no. 
1 9105, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 
1899. 

Rigou and Marie Tousard. 254 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 
Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20013, Mar. 18 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Sectional elevation. 231. 255 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co., 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no. 18759, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

231, plate 13. 256 

Copyright by Colliery engineer co.. 
Scranton, Pa. 1899, no.' 19347, Mar. 15 • 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Seeing stars to fit their vocation. 257 
Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 20636, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Should not be surprised. 258 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19245, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Sibilet and Rigou. 259 

Copyright by George Barrie & son, 

Philadelphia. 1899, no. 20012, Mar. 18 ; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 18, 



Taking no chances. 



260 



Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
manu, New York. 1899, no. 19243, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Thousands have kidney trouble and 

don't know it. 261 

Copyright by Dr. Kilmer and co., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 1898, no. 71833, 

Dec. 9; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

Trelawny(Rose). 262 

Copyright by R. H. Russell, New 
York. 1899, no. 19155, Mar. 14 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

True love in Africa; or, One of the ad- 
vantages of being four-handed. 263 
Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19236, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

True nerve. 264 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann, New York. 1899, no. 19229, Mar. 
14; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Unique tea gown; designed by Lebsohn. 

265 
Copyright by S. M. Baldwin, New 
York. 1899, no'. 19967. Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Very close. 266 

Copyright by Keppler & Schwarz- 
mann,"New York. 1899, no. 19244, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Vocal score. 267 

Copyright by A. W. Tarns, New York. 
1898, no 67176, Nov. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Nov. 16, 1898. 

Washington crossing the Delaware. 268 
Copyright by Perry Mason & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 187o5, Mar. 13 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Well people have healthy kidneys. 269 
Copyright by Dr. Kilmer & co., 
Binghamton, N."Y. 1898, no. 71835, Dec. 
9; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 9, 1898. 

White (The) man's burden. 270 

Copyright by Arkell pub. co., New 
York. 1899, no. 20635, Mar. 20; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Wise (A) deduction. 271 

Copyright by Keppler »fc Schwarz- 
mann,' New York. 1899, no. 19237, Mar. 
14 ; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 



275 



VII. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors, see end of Catalogue.) 



Titles. 

Coterie of frolicsome laugh makers, no. 
2644. 73 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. '1899, no. 18806, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Duel. no. 8364, 12-sheet, 74 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati 1899, no. 11092, Feb. 6; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Embarrison sisters, no. 3698. 75 

Copyright bv United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 19579, Mar. 16; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Funny clowns design. 76 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 1899, no. 19578, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Grecian design. 77 

Copyright by Ault & Wiborg co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 19576, Mar. 16; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Laugh and the world laughs with you. 

no. 3685. 78 

Copyright by United States ntg. co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 19163, Mar. 14; 

2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Millettes. 12-sheet, 99 S, no. 37. 79 

Copyright by Strobridge litho. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 16291, Mar. 1; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Ostriches and emu. no. 3750. 80 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 18804, Mar. 13 ; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Principal comedians, no. 3667. 81 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Cincinnati. 1899, no. 18758, Mar. 13 ; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
Schoolmistress (The). 82 

Copyright by Swift & co., New York. 

1899, no. 20407, Mar. 20; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 20, 1899. 
Seventy-horse-act design. 83 

Copyright by Courier litho. co., Buf- 
falo. 1899, no. 19577, Mar. 16; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 
Solomon's (King) gracious welcome to 

the Queen of Sheba. no. 3724. 84 

Copyright by United States ptg. co., 

Cincinuati. 1899, no. 18805, Mar. 13; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 
U. S. army. Artillery retreat from Long 

Island. 1776. 85 
Cavalry charge of the 5th regulars, 

Gaines' Mill, 1862. 86 



Titles — Continued. 

U. S. army. Commander in chief, staff 
officer, colonel, and private, first Conti- 
nental Rhode Island infantry, 1782- 
1796. 87 

Commissioned officer and private of 

cavalry, 1802-1810. 88 

Field batteries, Malvern Hill, 1862. 

89 

General and staff officers, 1812. 90 

General officers, 1835. 91 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, nos. 18793, 18795, 18789, 
18802, 18790, 18791, 18801, Mar. 13; 2 
copies each rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

General Toral's surrender of San- 
tiago to General Shatter, July 13, 1898. 

92 
Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 
Ohio. 1899, no. 19046, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Generals, 1864. 93 

Horse artillery, 1865. 94 

Infantry and general officers, 1813- 

1821. 95 

Infantry field equipment, 1899. 96 

Officers and privates of infantry, 

1802-1810. 97 
Siege and barbette guns, Fort Has- 
kell, 1865. 98 
Copyright by AVerner co., Akron, 

Ohio. * 1899, nos. 18794, 18799, 18788, 

18800, 18792, 18798, Mar. 13; 2 copies 

each rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
U. S. navy. Commander in chief of fleet, 

1776. 99 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 

Ohio. ' 1899, no. 18797, Mar. 13; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 
First hoisting of the stars and stripes 

by the marines on Cuban soil, June 11, 

1898. 100 

Copyright by Werner eo., Akron, 

Ohio. 1899. no. 19045, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Frigate, 1815. 101 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 

Ohio. 1899, no. 18796, Mar. 13 ; 2 copies 

rec'd Mar. 11, 1899. 

Naval battle of Manila, May 1, 1898. 

102 

Naval battle of Santiago, July 3, 

1898. 103 

Copyright by Werner co., Akron, 

Ohio. 1899, nos. 19044, 19043, Mar. 13; 

2 copies each rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Wolford (Mamie Sheridan), no. 5658. 

104 
Copyright bv United States ptg. co., 
Cincinnati. 1899, no. 19350, Mar. 15; 
2 copies rec'd Feb. 6, 1899. 



276 



VIII. PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue.) , 



Titles. 



Aglia. 5x7, 

8 x 10. 

11 x 14. 



477 
478 
479 



Copyright "by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19253-19255, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

American (An) beauty. 480 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 

1899, no. 19689, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 

Mar. 16, 1899. 

Concordia. 8 x 10. 481 

11 x 14. 482 

Copyright bv W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19270, 19271, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Courage. 8 x 10. 483 

11 x 14. 484 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington . 1899, n os. 19262, 19263, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Court of honor illuminated. 485 

Copyright by Geo. Lambert, Phila- 
delphia. 1898, no. 65013, Nov. 5; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Nov. 5, 1898. 

Easter (An) solo. 486 

Copyright by H. A. Groesbeck, New- 
York. 1899, no. 20084, Mar. 18 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
Euphrosyne. 5x7. 487 

8 x 10. 488 

11 x 14. 489 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19259-19261, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Fortitude. 8 x 10. 490 

11 x 14. 491 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19268, 19269, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 
Harmony. 492 

Copyright by Hargreaves mfg. co., 
Detroit. 1899, no. 20297, Mar. 18; 2 
copies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Hay (John). Portrait of. 493 

Copyright by George Grantham Bain, 
New York. 1898, no. 72551, Dec. 12 ; 2 
copies rec'd Dec. 14, 1898. 

Head of hope. 11 x 14. 494 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19692, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 
In trouble. 495 

Copyright by Hargreaves mfg. co., 
Detroit. 1899, no. 20296, Mar. 18 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 



Industry, i 
11 x 14. 



Titles— Continued. 
8x10. 



496 
497 



Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19272, 19273, Mar. 14; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Justice. 8 x 10. 498 

11 x 14. 499 

Copyright bv W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19266, 19267, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Kansas City school of law; faculty and 

senior class of 1898. 500 

Copyright by Edgar Arthur Leon, 

Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 43017, July 

18; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Lind (John), Governor. 501 

Copyright by C. A. Zimmerman, St. 
Paul. 1899. no. 19988, Mar. 17; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Longfellow's house. 502 

Copyright by A. W. Elson & co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19700, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Longfellow's study. 503 

Copyright by A. W. Elson &■ co., 
Boston. 1899, no. 19701, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

Lyric poetry. 18x22. 504 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19693, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Miles (Gen. Nelson A.) nos. 1, 2. (2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899.) 505, 506 

no. 3, 4. (2 copies rec'd Mar. 9, 

1899.) 507,508 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, nos. 13817-13820, Feb. 18 ; 2 copies 
each rec'd Mar. 9 and 14, 1899. 

"Minatype (The)." 509 

Copyright by Coover & Easmussen, 
San Francisco. 1898, no. 68128, Nov. 
21; 2 copies rec'd Nov. 21, 1898. 

Model (The). 510 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 19690, Mar. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Morning (The) bath. 18x22. 511 

Copyright bv Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 1899, no. 19691, Mar. 16; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Pacific (A) monarch. 512 

Copyright by Bert D. Chilson, San 

Francisco. 1899, no. 20944, Mar. 21; 2 

copies rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 



277 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Passage of the Red Sea. 18x22. 513 

Copyright by Curtis and Cameron, 
Boston. 1899. no. 19695, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Patriotism. 8x10. 514 

11x14. 515 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19264, 19265, Mar. 
14"; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Peace. 8x10. 516 

11x14. 517 

17x20. 518 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19250-19252, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Pet (The) of the harem. 519 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. 
Louis. 1899, no. 19688, Mar. 16; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Pets. 520 

Copyright by F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 
1899, no. 19687, Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 16, 1899. 

Polhemus (The) memorial clinic. 521 

Cooyright by C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn. 
1899,"no. 19593, Mar. 15; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 15, 1899. 

Portrait of a lady. 8 x 10. 522 

: 18 x 22. 523 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 1899, nos. 19694, 19697, Mar. 

16; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



Prudence. 8 x 10. 
11 x 14. 



524 
525 



Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19276, 19277, Mar. 
14; 2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Restless (The) sea. 526 

Copyright by F. K. M. Rehn, New 
York. 1899, no. 20639, Mar. 20 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Sister (The) republics. 527 

Copyright by Edgar Arthur Leon, 
Kansas City, Mo. 1898, no. 7668, Jan. 
24; 2 copies rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Smith (J. L.), Lt.Gov. 528 

Copyright by C. A. Zimmerman, St. 
Paul. 1899, no. 19989, Mar. 17 ; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Spong (Hilda), no.l. 529 

Copyright by B. J. Falk, New York. 
1899, no. 19679/ Mar. 16; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 16, 1899. 

Summer. 8 x 10. 530 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 
Boston. 1899, no. 19698, Mar. 16 ; 2 cop- 
ies rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



11 x 14. 



531 
532 



Teale (Lady) 

18 x 22. 

Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, 

Boston. 1899, nos. 19699, 19696, Mar. 16 ; 

2 copies each rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Temperance. 8 x 10. 533 

11 x 14. 534 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19274, 19275, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Thalia. 5x7. 535 

8 x 10. 536 

11 x 14. 537 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19256-19258, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

U.S.S. " Indiana." no. 130. 538 

Copyright by Enrique Muller, Brook- 
lyn. 1899, no. 19047, Mar. 13; 2 copies 
rec'd Mar. 13, 1899. 

Under good coyer. 539 

Copyright by Herman Toaspern, jr., 
New York. 1898, no. 65646, Nov. 8; 2 
copies rec'd Noy. 8, 1898. 



of the 



battle ship 
540 



Victims (The) 
"Maine." 

Copyright bv Gaenzle & Regenfuse, 
Reading, Pa. 1899, no. 21149, Mar. 22; 
2 copies rec'd Mar. 22, 1899. 

War. 8 x 10. 541 

11 x 14. 542 

17 x 20. 543 

Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington. 1899, nos. 19247-19249, Mar. 14 ; 
2 copies each rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 



278 



IX. FITSTJE ARTS. 

(Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited, according to law, with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by titles. Tor index of proprietors see end of 
Catalogue.) 



Titles. 



Titles — Continued. 



Abraham ready to offer his son. By Fritz 

von Uhde. " 92 

Copyright bv Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19773/ Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Adam working. By Walter Crane. 93 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19746, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Against a panel representing a tambour- 
ine, triangle, and bar is shown the bust 
portrait of a smiling-faced young 
woman, etc. 94 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co., New York. 1899, no. 20132, Mar. 20 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
"All for fun." 95 

Copyright by J. G. Brown, New York. 
1899, no. 20416, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Allen monument. 96 

Copyright by Hoffmann & Prochaz- 
ka, New York. 1899, no. 12302% Feb. 13 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Feb. 13, 1899. 

Arrow (The) of the Lord's deliverance. 
By Frank Dicksee. 97 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19742, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Aunt Polly. 98 

Copyright by American pub. co., 
Hartford, Conn. 1899, no. 20427, Mar. 
20; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
Autumn. 99 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 20422, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Brooks (Phillips). 100 

Copyright by Bela L. Pratt, U. S. 
1899, no. 19584, Mar. 16; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Cain's offering. By Walter Crane. 101 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19749,' Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Canna (The). 102 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 20124, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Chariot (The) race. 103 

Copyright by Whitman & Barnes 
nif'g. co., Akron, Ohio. 1898, no. 71336, 
Dec. 7; 2 copies rec'd Dec. 7, 1898. 



Child with canna blossoms. 104 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 21238% Mar. 23; 2 copies rec'd 
Mar. 23, 1899. 
• 
Christ raiseth Lazarus. By J.J.Benja- 
min Constant. 105 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19797, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Christ rideth into Jerusalem. By Arthur 

Kampf. 106 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19796, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

j Christ's resurrection. By J. L. Gerome. 

107 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19774, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
"City (A) waif." 108 

Copyright bv J. G. Brown, New York. 
1899, no. 20418, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
Daffodil (The). 109 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 20087, Mar. 18; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 
David's flight. By Georges Rochegrosse. 

110 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19780, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
1 Day dream. Ill 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 20426, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 
I Death of Absalom. By Georges Roche- 
grosse. 112 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19771, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Deborah. By Edwin A. Abbey. 113 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19782, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Descent (The) from the cross. By Ed- 
ward. Burne-Jones. 114 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19783, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Design painting, nos. 29, 30. 115, 116 

Copyright by Wm. Wicke co., New 

York. 1898, nos. 66867, 66866, Nov. 14 ; 

1 photograph each rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 



279 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Discussion (The) between Solomon and 
the Queen of Sheba. By James Tissot. 

117 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899. no. 19767, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Disobedient (The) prophet. By J. L. 

Gerome. 118 

Copyright by Lucien Lavus, Paris. 

1899. no. 19777, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Dream (The) of St. Peter. By Fr. P. 

Michetti. 119 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19751,' Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Echo (The). 120 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 20425, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Easter (An) angel. By Vesper L. George. 

121 
Copyright by Vesper L. George, Mai- 
den, Mass. 1899, no. 19580, Mar. 16 ; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Fleur-de-lis. 122 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899, no. 20121, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Flood (The). By Walter Crane. 123 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899,no.l9747, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Forest of Fontainebleu. 84- s 12. 124 
Copyright by Wilbur L. Wright, 
Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 19107, Mar. 
14 ; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Freize for Appellate courts building. 

125 
Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 
1899,'no. 20423, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Full face, bust figure of a beautiful 
woman, attired somewhat in a Spanish 
fashion, [etc.] 126 

Copyright by American lithographic 
co.. New York. 1899, no. 20431, Mar. 20; 
1 photograph rec*d Mar. 20, 1899. 

Gideon. By Edwin A. Abbey. 127 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19743, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Good (A) soak. 128 

CopyrightbyH. G. Breed, jr., Buffalo. 
1899, no. 20085, Mar. 18 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

19396— Vol. 19, No. 4= 5 



Holy (The) supper. 



Titles — Continued. 

Hagar and Ishmael sent away. By Fritz 

yon Uhde. 129 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19772, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Haven (The) under the hill. 130 

Copyright bv George H. McCord, 
Brooklyn. 1899, no. 19351, Mar. 15 ; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 15, 1899. 

"Hold still." 131 

Copyright by J. G. Brown, New York. 
1899, no. "20419, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

By J. L. Geronie. 
132 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19775, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

I loye you. 133 

Copyright bv American pub. co., 
Hartford'; Conn." 1899, no. 20428. Mar. 
20; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Indian warrior. 134 

Copyright by A. Phemister Proctor, 
New York. 1899, no. 19847, Mar. 17; 1 
photograph rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jael and Sisera. By Edwin A. Abbey. 

135 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19745, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jairus' daughter raised. By J. L. 

Gerome. 136 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19776, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 
Jephthah's daughter. By Jean Paul 

Laurens. 137 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19764, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

I Jesus and the angels. By Domenico 

More Hi. 138 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19790, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jesus in Galilee. By Domenico Morelli. 

139 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19791," Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jesus in the garden. By J. J. Benjamin 

Constant. 140 

Copyrigiit by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19794] Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



280 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Jesus in the great storm. By J. J. Ben- 
jamin Constant. 141 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19795,' Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jesus in the temple with the doctors. 

By J. J. Benjamin Constant. 142 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19793, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17. 1899. 

Jesus purgeth the temple of buyers and 

sellers. By Fr. P. de Michetti. 143 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19757, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jesus scourged. By P. Puvis de Cha- 

vaunes. 144 

Copyright by Lucien Layns, Paris. 

1899, no. 19752, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Jesus washeth the disciples' feet. By A. 

Edelfelt. 145 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19787," Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Job and his friends. By Max Lieber- 

mann. 146 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19756, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

John the Baptist beheaded. By Dome- 

nico Morelli. 147 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19788, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Joseph and his brethren. By James 

Tissot. 148 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899. no. 19766, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Joseph maketh himself known to his 

brethren. By James Tissot. 149 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19765, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Joseph resisteth the temptation. By 

James Tissot. 150 

Copyright by Lucien Lavus, Paris 

1899, no. 19769, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Joshua. By Arthur Kampf. 151 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19798, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Judgment of Solomon. By Frank Dick- 
see. 152 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19741, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

King's (The) dream. By Georges Roche- 

gi'osse. 153 

Copyright by Lucien Layus. Paris. 

1899, no. 19781,' Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Lepers (The). By Edwin A. Abbey. 

154 
Copyright by Lucien Layus. Paris. 
1899, no. 19786,' Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Levite's (The) concubine. By Jean Paul 

Lauren s. 155 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19763,' Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Lord (The) appears unto Abraham. By 

Fritz von Uhde. 156 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19785, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Madonna. 4 x 24. 



157 



Copyright by Frederick Stuart 
Church, New York. 1899, no. 20434, 
Mar. 20; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 20, 
1899. 
"Marvel (The) of the 20th century." 

158 
Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York.' 1899, no. 19582. Mar. 16; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

Meissonier. 159 

Copyright by International art pub. 

co.. J. H. Londry, proprietor, New York. 

1899, no. 20420, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Miriam shut out from the camp. By 

Giovanni Legantini. 160 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19748, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Monoah. By Jean Paul Laurens. 



161 



Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19762, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Morning. 162 

Copyright by Edward Simmons, U. S. 

1899, no. 21666^ Mar. 25 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

"My dog." 163 

Copyright by J. G. Brown, New York. 

1899, no. 20415, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



281 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

I 
Night. 164 

Copyright by Edward Simnions,U. S. 
1899, no. 21665. Mar. 25; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 25, 1899. 

Noah building the ark. By Walter 

Crane. 165 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19744, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

On the River Oise. 7x9. 166 ' 

Copyright by Wilbur L. Wright, 
Washington, D.C. 1899, no. 19106, Mar. 
14; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

"Ostermorgen." Painted by Paul Thu- 
mann. 167 i 

Copyright by Gustav Schauer, Berlin. ' 
1899, no. 19703, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Paints and painters. 168 

Copyright by John Henrv Hamlin, 

Salt Lake City. 1898, no. 68480, Nov, 

23; 1 photograph rec'd Nov. 23, 1898. 

Paul and Silas. By Fr. P. de Michetti. 

169 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19753," Mar. 27 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Portrait of a beautiful young woman, 
resting her elbow on a table and hold- 
ing her hand against her face, etc. 

170 
Copyright by American lithographic 
co.. New York. 1899, no. 20433, Mar. 20 ; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Portrait of a young woman with full 

face [etc.] 171 

Copyright by American lithographic 

co.. New York. 1899, no. 20430, Mar. 20 ; 

1 photograph rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 

Prodigal (The) son. By Domenico Mo- 

relli. 172 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19789, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Queen (The) of Sheba. By James Tis- 

sot. 173 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19768. Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Rahab and the spies. 
Lesrantini. 



By Giovanni 
174 



Copyright by Lucien Lavus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19770, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



Titles — Continued. 

Rebekah. By J. L. Gdroine. 175 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19779, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Rizpah. By J. L. Gerome. 176 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19778, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Rough Rider (A) charge. 177 

Copyright bvF. D. Maher, Brooklyn. 

1898, no. 71047, Dec. 6; 1 photograph 
rec'd Dec. 6, 1898. 

Ruth and Boaz. By Jean Paul Laurens. 

178 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19761, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

St. George. 179 

Copyright by Wm. Wicke co., New 
York. 1898, no. 66865, Nov. 14; 1 pho- 
tograph rec'd Nov. 14, 1898. 

Samson and Delilah. By Jean Paul Lau- 
rens. 180 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19760, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Samuel anointeth Saul. By J. J. Ben- 
jamin Constant. 181 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19792, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Saul and Ananias. By Domenico Morelli. 

182 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899,iio. 19784, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Saul and the viper. By Max Liebermann. 

183 
Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19758/ Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Saul on the way to Damascus. 184 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 
1899, no. 19754, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Scapegoat (The). By Giovanni Legan- 

tini. 185 

Copyright by Lucien Lavus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19759, Mar. 17 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

Sick (The) in the streets. By Fr. P. de 

Michetti. 186 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19755, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 



282 

FINE ARTS— Continued. 



Titles — Continued. 

Soldiers' monument; no. 1. 187 

Copyright by Hoffmann & Pro- 

cMzka, New York. 1899, no. 12303, * 

Feb. 13; 1 photograph rec'd Feb. 13, 

1899. 

Sycamore trees (November). 22 x 30. 

188 
Copyright by W. L. Wright, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1899, no. 21083, Mar. 21; 
1 photograph rec'd Mar. 21, 1899. 

Temptation (The) of Eve. By Walter 

Crane. 189 

Copyright by Lucien Layus, Paris. 

1899, no. 19750, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 

rec'd. Mar. 17, 1899. 

Tiger lilies. 190 

Copyright by Robert Reid, U. S. 

1899, no. 20086, Mar. 18 ; 1 photograph 

rec'd Mar. 18, 1899. 

Town (The) meeting. 191 

Copyright by Abbott Graves, Boston. 
1899, no. 19846, Mar. 17; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 17, 1899. 

"Training his dog." 192 

Copyright by J. G. Brown, New York. 
1899, no. 20114, Mar. 20; 1 photograph 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



Titles — Continued . 

Twilight on the river Seine. 9x16. 193 
Copyright by Wilbur L. Wright, 
Washington, D. C. 1899, no. 19108, Mar. 
14 ; 1 photograph rec'd Mar. 14, 1899. 

Two fine-looking females sitting back to 

back [etc.] 194 

Copyright by American lithographic 

co., New York." 1899, no. 20429, Mar. 20; 

1 photograph received Mar. 20, 1899. 

" Two's company." 195 

Copyright by J. G. Brown, New York. 



1899, no. 20417, Mar. 
rec'd Mar. 20, 1899. 



20; 1 photograph 



196 



; Up the heights of San Juan." 

Copyright by F. D. Maber, Brooklyn. 
1898, no. 71046, Dec. 6; 1 photograph 
rec ; d Dec. 6, 1898. 

; Who speaks first ?" 197 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. 1899, no. 19581, Mar. 16 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 

; 50 years of progress." 198 

Copyright by R. M. Donaldson, New 
York. 1899, no. 19583, Mar. 16 ; 1 photo- 
graph rec'd Mar. 16, 1899. 



X. INDEX OF COPYRIGrllT PROPRIETORS. 

(At the end of each title is printed the rubric under which the full title will be found.) 



A ; Becket (John J.), U. S. : 

A'Becket (John J.) In the name of 
art. (Books: 3.) 
Abt (Valentine), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

Goldenrod. Valentine Abt. (Music.) 
Ackermann (Ed.), West Hoboken, N. J.: 

Children's books. (Books: 3.) 
Advance pub. co., Chicago : 

Stiles (William Curtis). A matter of 
business. (Books: 1.) 
JEolian co., New York: 

Benedicta es tu. F. deLaTombella. 
(Music.) 

By the brookside. John Orth. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Cid (Le). Massenet. (Music.) 

Deus Israel. Vincent D'Indy. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Diffusa est gratia. Nanini. (Music.) 

Fortune (The) teller march. Victor 
Herbert. (Music.) 

Gaudent in ccelis. F. L. da Vittoria. 
(Music.) 

Good-bye, good-bye, my sweetheart. 
Englander. (Music.) 

Hochzeitslieder waltzes. Strauss. 
(Music.) 



Wm. Furst. 



iEolian co., New York: 

Intermezzo u Gavin. 
(Music.) 

Medley overture. "Asocial gather- 
ing." L. O. De Witt. (Music.) 

Messe (Brevis.) Palestrina. (Music.) 

Sanctus, etc.; Palestrina. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Offertoire. Guilmant. (Music.) 

Prince (Le) Igor. Borodini. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Roide Lahore. Massenet. (Music.) 

Songs without words. Mendelssohn. 
(Music.) 

String quartette. Tschaikowsky. 
(Music.) 

Sur un theme 
Ropartz. (Music.) 

Symphony no. 3. 

Whistling Rufus. 
sic.) 

American book co., New York : 

Eggleston (Edward). A history of 
the United States and its people. 
(Books: 1.) 



Breton. J. Guy 

Brahms. (Music.) 
Kerry Mills. (Mu- 



283 



INDEX OF COPYRIGHT PROPRIETORS— Continued. 



American lithographic co., New York: 

Against a panel representing a tam- 
bourine, triangle, and bar is shown the 
Imst portrait of a smiling-faced young 
woman, etc. (Fine arts.) 

Full face, bust figure of a beautiful 
woman attired somewhat in a Spanish 
fashion [etc.] (Fine arts.) 

Portrait of a beautiful young woman 
resting her elbow on a table and hold- 
ing her hand against her face, etc. 
(Fine arts.) 

Portrait of a young woman with full 
face [etc.] (Fiue arts.) 

Two fine looking females sitting back 
to back [etc.] (Fine arts.) 
American press ass'n, New York: 

Beauty hints. (Books: 3.) 

Daisy May writes of Easter fashions. 
(Books: 3.) 

Future (The) of Cuba libre. (Books : 
3.) 

Gabardine (The) of woe. (Books: 3.) 

Great (The) wall was for centuries 
the partition of China. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Late Paris fashions. (Books: 3.) 

On the trail of the Klondiker. 
(Books: 3.) 

Partition (The) of China. (Books: 
3.) 

Post lenten fashions. (Books: 3.) 

Streets of a city. (Books: 3.) 
American pub. co , Fort Wayne, Ind. : 

If the banks and loan companies 
should reduce the rate of interest on 
deposits as has been done in other 
cities? (Books: 2.) 
American pub. co., Hartford, Conn. : 

Aunt Polly. (Fine arts.) 

I love you. (Fine arts.) 
Amey <fc Hodgins, Toronto, Canada : 

In Arcadia. W. H. Hodgins. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Anderson (Edward D.), Washington, 
D.C.: * 

Interstate march and two-step; or, 
Echoes of an interstate cake-walk. 
Edward D. Anderson. (Music.) 
Appleton (D.) & co., New York: 

Boothby (Guy). Pharos, the Egyp- 
tian. (Books: 1.) 

Force (Manning Ferguson). General 
Sherman. (Books: 1.) 

Frobel (Friedrich). Friedrich Fro- 
bePs education by development. 
(Books: 1.) 

Spencer (Herbert). The principles 
of psychology. (Books: 1.) 
Ark ell pub. co., New York : 

Democratic (The) hen — "Oh, what 
lobsters I've hatched." (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Seeing stars to tit their vocation. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

White (The) man's burden. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 



Arnold (Jno. C), Parkersburg, W. Va. : 
March, "Blennerkassett." J. C. 
Arnold. (Music.) 
Art-library pub. co., Philadelphia: 

Literature (The) of all nations and 
all ages. (Books: 1.) 
Ashdown (Edwin), London: 

Annie Darling. J. Anthony Mc- 
Donald; Graham Valmore. (Music.) 
Associated press, New York: 

America's future greatness. (Books : 
3.) 

Diplomats ward off a clash over 
China, (Books: 3.) 

Kaiser (The) thanks Ambassador 
White. (Books: 3.) 

Reichstag's victorv over the emperor. 
(Books: 3.) 

Wales playing golf. (Books: 3.) 
Atlantic music co., Boston: 

Coon comics. J. W. Wheeler. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Down in Smith's back yard. James 
J.Haines; J.W.Wheeler. (Music.) 
Ault & Wiborg co., Cincinnati: 

Grecian design. (Chromos and lith- 
ographs.) 
Bain (George Grantham) New York: 

Hay (John). (Photographs.) 
Baker (George H.), New York: 

In the course for engineers. (Books : 
2.) 

firemen. (Books: 2.) 

Baker & Taylor co., New York: 

Baker & Taylor co. A library list 
of books. (Books: 1.) 
Baldwin (S.M.), New York: 

Unique tea gown. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 
Bancroft- Whitney co., San Francisco: 
American (The) state reports. 
(Books: 1.) 
Banks & Bros., New York: 

United States courts of appeals re- 
ports. (Books: 1.) 
Banks & co. and Lyon (James B.), 
Albany : 

New York state reports and session 
laws. (Books: 1.) 
Banks law pub. co., New York : 

United States reports. (Books: 1.) 
Barber (Edwin At Lee), West Chester, 
Pa,: 

Barber (Edwin At Lee). Anglo- 
American pottery. (Books: 1.) 
Bardeen (C. W.), Syracuse, N. Y. ; 

Bardeen (C. W.) Commissioner 
Hume. (Books: 1.) 
Barker (George), Boston: 

Queen Wilhelmina waltzes. George 
Barker. (Music.) 
Barnum (Frances Courtenay Baylor), 
Savannah, Ga. : 

Barnum (F. C. B.) The ladder of 
fortune. (Books: 1.) 



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Barr (Robert), London: 

Barr (R.) The East while you wait. 
(Books: 3.) 
Barrie (George) & son, Philadelphia: 

Cardot (M.) to Raphael. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Chateau (The) of Aigues. (En- 
gravings, ents, and prinfs.) 

Fcedora (Cointesse) to Raphael. 
(Engravings, cnts, and prints. ) 

In the curiosity shop. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

In the Faubourg Saint Honore. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

In the hotel de Saint-Quentin. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

In the park at Aigues. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

In the rue de Varenne. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

In the rue des Cordiers. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Michaud (Olympie). (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Moutcornet (General) and Sibilet. 
(Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Moutcornet (General), Michaud, and 
Sibilet. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

On the banks of the Avonne. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

On the road to Lyon. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Paris (Plan of). (Maps and charts.) 

Rigou and Marie Tousard. (En- 
gravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Sibilet and Rigou. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 
Bates & Bendix, Boston : 

He's promised to marry me soon! 
M.B.Gilbert. (Music.) 
Becker (L. A.) co., Chicago: 

Becker (L. A.) co. Illustrated cata- 
logue, 1899. (Books: 2.) 
Belcher &, Davis, Detroit, Mich. : 

Queen of the rag-time. By Harry 
Powers. (Music.) 
Belding bros. & co., Northampton, Mass. : 

Belding bros. & co. New scheme of 
shadow tones. (Books: 2.) 
Bell telephone co., St. Louis: 

Bell telephone company of Missouri. 
Telephonic exchange directory. 
(Books: 1.) 
Bemberg (H.), Paris, France: 

II neige. H. Bemberg. (Music.) 
Bennett (Henry), Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 

Advisory rates of Ames, Iowa. 
(Books: 2.) 

Fonda, Iowa. (Books: 2.) 

Benziger bros., New York : 

Taggart (Marion Ames). Jack Hil- 
dreth on the Nile. (Books : 3.) 
Bible institute colportage assoc. Chi- 
cago : 

Chapman (J. Wilbur). The lost 
crown. (Books: 1.) 



Bible institute colportage assoc. Chi- 
cago : 

Moody (D wight Lymau). Weighed 
and wanting. (Books: 1.) 
Bible study publishing co., Boston: 

Bible (The) study union lessons. 
Gospel stories, Child's monthly. 
(Books: 2.) 

Primary monthly. (Books: 2.) 

(or Blakeslee) graded lessons. 

Gospel teachings; or, Lessons from 
the deeds and words of Christ. (Books : 
2.) 

The Life of Christ. (Books : 2.) 

Bishop & Babcock co., Cleveland, Ohio: 

Carbonic catalog. (Books: 2.) 
Blakiston's(P.)sonandco., Philadelphia: 
[Richter, Victor von.] Victor von 
Richter's organic chemistry. (Books: 

1-) 
Bliss (P. P.) and G. G. Bliss, U. S. : 

Jolly Jonathan. Pro Phundo Basso. 
(Music.) 
Bolles (C.E.), Brooklyn: 

Polhemus (The) memorial clinic. 
(Photographs.) 
Boosey & co., London : 

Aubade. Alice Sawyer; Edith A. 
Dick. (Music.) 
Bosworth & co., Leipzig: 

Berceuse. Otto Wittenbecher. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Idyll impromptu. Graham P. Moore. 
(Music.) 

Mazurka. Otto Wittenbecher. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Melodie poetique. Graham P. Moore. 
(Music.) 

' ' Mi kado marsch. " Arthur Sullivan ; 
Karl Komzak. (Music.) 

Romance. Otto Wittenbecher. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Tarantellette. Graham P. Moore. 
(Music.) 

Traum gavotte. Oscar Kohler. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Valse novelette. Graham P. Moore. 
(Music.) 
Boussod (Jean), Manzi, Joyant & co., 
New York : 

Ave Cesar imperator morituri te sa- 
lutant. (Engravings, cuts, and prints.) 

Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, Palm 
Sunday. (Engravings, cuts, and 
prints.) 

Flight (The) into Egypt. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Forgive us our trespasses. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Gallant (The) shoemaker. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Meeting (The ) at the stile. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 

Pollice verso. (Engravings, cuts, 
and prints.) 

Returning with her flock. (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, and prints.) 



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Brandeis (F.), U. S. : 

Scherzo. F. Brandeis. (Music.) 
Breed (H. G., jr.), Buffalo: 

Good (A) soak. (Fiue arts.) 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig - : 

Allerseeleu. Alfred Wolf. (Music.) 

Deux mazurkas. Serge Liapounow. 
nos. 1 aud 2. (Music.) 

Eiu liederkranz aus Klaus Grotk's 
Quickborn. Julius O. Grimui: op. 24. 
nos. 1-4. (Music.) 

Erinnerung an die Azoren. Von W. 
Junker. (Music.) 

Festzug. Ludwig Bonvin. (Music.) 

T^remdling (Der). Heinrick Vogl. 
(Music.) 

Traum.uebild. W. Junker. (Music.) 

Yolksthiiinliche lieder. F. Hiller; 
F. Baselt. no. 1. (Music.) 

Wiegenlied, as dur. VV. Junker. 
(Music.) 
Brokaw (Charles O.), St. Joseph, Mo. : 

Parson Ringtail's wedding dance. 
Emil Isennian. (Music.) 
Brower (Edith), U. S. : 

Brower (Edith). The magnanimity 
of Jesse Plunkett Ford. (Books: 3.)" 
Brown (J. G.), New York : 

"All for fun." (Fine arts.) 

"City (A) waif." (Fine arts.) 

"Hold still." (Fine arts.) 

"My dog." (Fine arts.) 

"Training his dog." (Fine arts.) 

"Two's company." (Fine arts.) 
Brown (Lelah Harrison), St. Louis: 

Brown (L. H.) The golden leaf 
poems. (Books: 1.) 
Brown (Willis). Chicago, 111. : 

Alone with Jesus. W. Brown 
(Music.) 

As panteth the hart. W. Brown 
(Music) 

Ask and receive. W. Brown. (Ma 
sic.) 

Be Thou near A. Macnair and W 
Browo. (Music.) 

Christ doth cheer. W. Brown 
(Music.) 

Come to Jesus now. W. Brown 
(Music.) 

Faith, hope, love. W.Brown. (Mu 
sic.) 

Fighting. AY. Brown. (Music.) 

Harvest. Willis Brown. (Music.) 

He leads us on. W. Brown. (Music.) 

I am happy all the day. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

I am trusting. Eli M. Richmond and 
W.Brown. (Music.) 

I'll trust in Thee. W.Brown. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Jesus was speaking to me. George 
H. Brown and Mrs. Willis Brown. 
(Music.) 

Keep me. A. Macnair and W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

Let Him in. AY. Brown. (Music.) 



Brown (Willis), Chicago, 111. : 

Never fear. W.Brown. (Music.) 

On the banks of that river. W. 
Brown. (Music.) 

On the hilltops. W. Brown. (Mu- 
sic.) 

One little word. Abbie Armstrong 
and W. Brown. (Music.) 

Out in the highway. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

Redemption. W. Brown. (Music.) 

Seeking. W.Brown. (Music.) 

Shall I be saved? Fanny J. Crosby; 
W. Brown. (Music. ) 

Song of the Holy Ghost. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

Stop drifting. W.Brown. (Music.) 

Story (The) ever new. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

Take hold of His hand. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

Tell it to somebody else. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

There was a time. W Brown. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Thy sheltering wings. W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

We'll meet again. W.Brown. (Mu- 
sic.) 

What is your record? W. Brown. 
(Music.) 

When shadows flee. W.Brown. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Wonderful. W. Brown. (Music.) 
Brown & Banks, Wilmington, Del. : 

Alabama cake walk. Will M. S. 
Brown. (Music.) 
Brown, Page & Hillman co., Peoria, 111. : 

My sweetheart's the best shod girl in 
town. Mary M. Fonts. (Music.) 
Buckeye Portland cement co., Belle- 
fontaine, Ohio : 

How to use Portland cement. ( Books : 
2.) 
Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadelphia: 

"Burpee's bush sweetpea." (Engrav- 
ings, cuts, aud prints.) 
Burrowes (Katharine), Detroit: 

Burrowes' (K.) musical kindergarten 
songs. (Books: 2.) 
Calvert lithographing co., Detroit, 
Mich. : 

Detroit, Mich. (Maps and charts.) 
Camp (W. M.), Chicago: 

Notes on track. 98. (Books: 3.) 
Canby (A. H.), New Y r ork: 

Yellow (The) cab, or, The automobile. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 
Carkeek ( W. J.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

Mother. William J. Carkeek. (Mu- 
sic.) 
Carson (William Henry), Brockton, 
Mass. : 

Reclamation (The) of Hester Blair. 
(Dramatic compositions.) 



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Central school supply house, Chicago : 
Physical laboratory instructions and 
selected list of physical constants. 
(Books: 2.) 
Century co., New York: 

Century (The) dictionary. (Books: 

1.) 
Cereo Company, Tappan, N. Y. : 

How to feed with cereo. (Books: 2.) 
Chappell & co., London: 

Homage. Clifton Bingham; The- 
resa Beney. (Music.) 

Morning (The) ride. A. M.; Max 
Mayer. (Music.) 

Were we dreaming? J. Anthony 
McDonald; Angelo Mascheroni. (Mu- 
sic.) 

Cherrington (Le Roy Jones), Salem, 
Mass. : 

Cherrington (Le R. J.) Popular hy- j 
giene. (Books: 3.) 
Chesnutt (Charles W.). Cleveland, Ohio: 

Chesnutt (C. W.) The conjure i 
woman. (Books: 1.) 
Chicago record, Chicago : 

Americans dying in the Orient. 
(Books: 3.) 

Anarchist Lucheni relentless. ! 
(Books: 3.) 

Army officers see pyramids. (Books: 
3.) 

Art exhibition in Finland. (Books : 
3.) 

Bolivian revolution waning. (Books : 
3.) 

Bound to divide China. (Books: 3.) 

Call Italy an ally. (Books: 3.) 

Carlsruhe to have a dog show. 
(Books: 3.) 

Chicagoans invade Bohemia. 
(Books: 3.) 

Convicts said to be innocent. 
(Books: 3.) 

Cubans make a plea. (Books: 3.) 

Czar and Czarina are well. (Books : 3. ) 

Deserted by his Dervishes. (Books : 

3.) 

Does not meet British forces. 
(Books: 3.) 

England and America protest. 
( Books: 3.) 

Esterhazys disown the "Count." 
(Books: 3.) 

Favored by Germany. (Books: 3.) 

Fellow diplomat fills his place. 
(Books: 3.) 

German meat inspectors meet. 
(Books: 3.) 

German radicals alarmed. (Books: 
3.) 

Great alarm in Rome. (Books: 3.) 

Great enthusiasm in Naples. 
(Books: 3.) 

Gustaf (Crown Prince) insulted. 
(Books: 3.) 

Hard blow to rebels. (Books: 3.) 



Chicago record. Chicago : 

Hecker controversy still on. (Books : 
3.) 

Holding rebels back. (Books: 3.) 

In honor of King Humbert. (Books : 
3.) 

In recognition of gallantry. (Books : 
3.) 

Increases Roumanian army. (Books : 



3.) 



Ireland story not credited. (Books 



3.) 

Leopold to abdicate. (Books: 3.) 

May force a crisis. (Books: 3.) 

May stop the pilgrimages. (Books: 
3.) 

Memorial statue of Gladstone. 
(Books: 3.) 

Milan about to quit Servia. (Books : 
3.) 

Municipal ownership popular. 
(Books: 3.) 

New university lacks funds. (Books : 
3.) 

Outbreak in Leyte. (Books: 3.) 

People cheer Gomez. (Books: 3.) 

Pleased by Mr. Choate's speech. 
(Books: 3.) 

Pope's health causes anxiety. 
(Books: 3.) 

Possible king is born. (Books: 3.) 

Protectionist policy iu India. 
(Books: 3.) 

Puzzled by an American. (Books: 
3.) 

Queen expresses her sorrow. (Books: 
3.) 

Refuses money to the Sultan. 
(Books: 3.) 

" Relief" reaches Gibraltar. (Books : 
3.) 

"Relief" starts for Port Said. 
(Books: 3.) 

Rich plunder for wreckers. (Books: 
3.) 

Scandal affects Queen's health. 
(Books: 3.) 

See better days for Spain. (Books: 
3.) 

Serious dissensions in Madrid. 
(Books: 3.) 

Sheathes his sword. (Books: 3.) 

" Sheridan" sails for Port Said. 
(Books: 3.) 

Shows the stability of France. 
(Books: 3.) 

Silvela cabinet may break up. 
(Books: 3.) 

Spain again seeks help. (Books : 3.) 

Spanish troops reach home. (Books: 

3.) 

Sunday closing in Frankfort. (Books : 
3.) 

Takes his claim to Brussels. (Books : 
3.) 

Talk of higher duty on oil. (Books : 
3.) 



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Chicago record, Chicago : 

To abandon the Julian calendar. 
(Books: 3.) 

Transferred to Friedrichsruh. 
(Books: 3.) 

Turks and Servians clash. (Books: 
3.) 

Turn against Gomez. (Books: 3.) 

University of Warsaw opened. 
(Books: 3.) 

What to call the government. 
(Books: 3.) 

Whv Martino was recalled. (Books : 
3.) 

Will be the ruin of Ostend. (Books : 
3.) 

Will not help railwav scheme. 
(Books: 3.) 

Will represent Belgium. (Books : 3. ) 

Wins honors in Edinburgh. (Books : 
3.) 
Chicago school of psychology, Chicago: 

Parkyn (H. A.) Special mail course 
in suggestion. (Books: 2.) 
Chilson (Bert D.), San Francisco: 

Pacific (A) monarch. (Photographs.) 
Chiswick pub. co., New York: 

Standard (The) American poultry 
book. (Books: 1.) 
Ckoudens, Paris: 

Prise (La) de Troie. Hector Berlioz. 
(Music.) 
Christian standard co., ltd., Philadelphia : 

Walker (Edward F.) " Sanctify 
them." (Books: 1.) 
Church (Frederick Stuart), New York: 

Madonna. (Fine arts.) 
Church (John) co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

Alabama dream. Geo. D. Barnard. 
(Music.) 

Ambuscade (The). L. P. Laurendeau. 
(Music.) 

Easter (An) flovrer. B. O. Worrell. 
(Music.) 

Francesco polka. W. E. Strong. 
(Music.) 

President's (The) flag march. W. H. 
Scouton. (Music.) 
Church militant, Boston : 

De Land (Lorin F.) Six photo- 
graphs of Phillips Brooks. (Books: 3.) 
Clendenin (F. M.), New York: 

Chaos and after. (Books: 2.) 
Colliery engineer co., Scranton, Pa. : 

Constructive details. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Correspondence (The) school of 
electricity. (Books: 2.) 

Mechanical engineering. (Books : 

2.) 

Grammar. (Books: 2.) 

International correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. The elements of elec- 
trical engineering. (Books: 1.) 

Sectional elevation. (Engravings, 
cuts, and prints.) 

Vertical penmanship. (Books: 2.) 



j Collyer (Frank), Brooklyn: 

Tide tables for Sandy Hook and Gov-